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BOOM BOOM BOOM

BOOM BOOM BOOM

Our new glasshouse and shade house would not be complete without high tech new irrigation booms to go with them! So recently we had 2 Daros booms...

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Aotea in autumn sun

Aotea in autumn sun

Over the Easter break nearly the entirety of our office crew went over to Aotea aka Great Barrier Island aka 'the Baz' to catch some of the last...

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Our Year in NUMBERS

Our Year in NUMBERS

A roundup of our work in 2020 from the Ecology Division 71 hectares – 246 289 plants – 15 km of streams. What do these numbers mean for our Ecology...

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Infrastructure for the future

Infrastructure for the future

We have recently installed a new hothouse and shade-house at Rural Design to help us build towards the future. The hot house will allow for us to...

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A holiday on Aotea/Great Barrier

A holiday on Aotea/Great Barrier

Keeping it local! Going on a holiday with your workmates who you literally spend about 90% of your waking hours with might seem like a pretty crazy...

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Rural Design Ecology 2019

Rural Design Ecology 2019

Rural Design is a leading ecological practice based in Kaiwaka, offering expert consultancy services in land restoration, ecology and landscape...

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Toetoe or Pampas?

Toetoe or Pampas?

Pampas (Cordaderia selloana) is a plague on the northern landscapes of New Zealand. Often confused for the native plant Toetoe (Austroderia) , which...

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What is happening to our Fauna?

What is happening to our Fauna?

https://www.theguardian.com/…/study-identifies-key-species-… The article above highlights the importance of monitoring the health of our native...

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