Te Mata Park Trust officially launched its Ngā Tīpuna Masterplan strategy and endowment fund at an event at Peak House this week, sharing a unified vision for the future of Te Mata Park and inviting donations to the vehicle that will fund it.
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When spending time in the Park, please leave no trace, and protect the flora, fossils and various creatures by observing them, not removing them. The natural history of the land is a taonga tuku iho (heavenly gift) and should always be protected and respected. We received unfortunate news that recently some visitors brought hammers into […]
Following a dry winter, the recent rains are a welcome sight….
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This is the season to whakapipiri, to take that extra bit of care with ourselves, to slow down, and to look after one another. Takarua is also the season we give back to Papatūānuku by planting trees and restoring her cloak.
Preparation for creating a more biodiverse Te Mata Park has begun. Pan Pac Forest Products will initiate forestry work in the park on 2 March 2020 following a slight delay due to reasons beyond the control of the Te Mata Park Trust Board. It will begin with a blessing from Mana Whenua.
If you take your dog for a walk in Te Mata Park, we ask you to be mindful of sheep both within the Park, and adjacent to it, on our neighbouring farms.
Park Trust prepares for a significant milestone, removing nearly 12 hectares of old pine plantations and returning large sections of the Park to native bush. With ambitious plans to plant nearly 60,000 native plants over the next three years, the Park Trust