About Kaimai Mamaku Kōrero

Manaaki Kaimai Mamaku Trust is proud to showcase our project teams, project partners and all things Kaimai Mamaku. Kaimai Mamaku Kōrero aims to raise awareness, share knowledge, and build capacity and momentum in our communities for collective action. As climate change impacts increase, we need resilient forests and catchments to support community wellbeing, economic prosperity, and reduce the impacts of natural hazards. We need landscape-scale conservation to avoid forest collapse and to restore the mauri of the Kaimai Mamaku.

The projects showcased here have been funded by Jobs for Nature to progress the Kaimai Mamaku Restoration Project. Project teams have been established to carry out restoration activities (pest control and kauri protection) in the Kaimai Mamaku ranges. Most projects are new businesses employing people (kaimahi) who whakapapa to the land where the activities are happening. Our teams are supported by specialist advisors for Health & Safety, project administration, GIS, and project implementation and undertake the training needed to carry out their work safely. The teams engage within their communities about their work, sharing knowledge and building support for conservation.

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