Mai Uta Ki Tai | Mountains to Sea
Cover photo generously supplied by Steve Clancy
The sun rises over or sets behind the Kaimai Mamaku forest and ranges. This constant and reassuring backdrop is a taonga. A treasured place.
It is a connector of two regions, multiple iwi, hapū, conservation and recreation groups, and livelihoods. When you take a glance, the forest looks fine. But if you look closer, this precious natural infrastructure is struggling.
We are a forum that brings together kaitiaki, agencies, stakeholders and interest groups to improve the health of the Kaimai Mamaku to provide for present and future generations.
News & Updates
On Thursday 15 September the Minister of Conservation, Hon. Eugene Sage, was in Tauranga to announce funding for the Kaimai-Mamaku Ranges Forest . This funding will enable JobsForNature projects to get underway over the next 4 years. Please read the following media release for more information.