This newsletter is for forest neighbours in Work Road and Wright Road. Website Revamp Nothing stands still in the forest, nor does it in the digital world. Thanks to the efforts of a couple of web-savvy
This was a fantastic walk and amazing opportunity to experience a seldom seen part of the Kaimai range. Three of us – me (Barbara), Jane and David, were led by Barry Pethybridge, with his many years
We were recently given the chance, thank to the amazing Anna Dawson and the clever team at Bay of Plenty Regional Council, to create a short video telling the wider community about volunteering at Aongatete Forest
Controlling rats is the key to creating a healthy forest. Rats eat almost everything. They eat the fruits and the seeds that fall on the forest floor so there are few seedlings to replenish the forest
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