December 2017 – Geology

Behind Aongatete the forest gradually rises to the high ridge called Ngatamahinerua. This massive landform is part of the range of the Kaimai volcanos which stretch south from Moehau in Coromandel. The Kaimai range is in the Coromandel Ecological District, meaning that it’s wildlife, plants and geology are all related. Made of a rock called andesite, the Kaimai volcanoes are of a similar nature to Ngauruhoe. The eruptions that created the Kaimai range divided the Bay of Plenty from the Waikat...
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Kevin Hague visits the Forest

  On the 13th July 2017, Kevin Hague, the CEO of Forest and Bird, visited the Forest. We used the opportunity to invite some of our key supporters for morning tea, and to hear an address from David Peters, the secretary and deputy chair of the Aongatete Forest Project, on behalf of the Trust. His speech follows:- First of all I’d like to welcome you all and thank you for coming. In particular, I’d like to welcome Kevin Hague, the Chief Executive Officer of our main partner in the ...
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