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Aucklanders thanked for fighting kauri dieback

Thanks for doing the right thing!

April marked two years since compliance monitoring began to support Auckland Council’s response to kauri dieback disease.

And in that time there has been a downward trend in non-compliance from those wandering and hiking the closed tracks, particularly in the Waitakere Ranges, and at other local and regional parks.

“Improved rates of compliance show that Aucklanders have understood the need for the rahui and track closures to protect our native taonga, our kauri,” says Chair of the Environment and Climate Change Committee, Councillor Richard Hills.



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