In 2000 the Waipoua Forest Trust successfully replanted 155 hectares located at the southern edge of the Waipoua now known as the Millennium Forest. Manuka was used as a nursery crop for larger native trees, like kauri, of which there are hundreds in this reserve. Our weed management work ensures natives have the space and resources to thrive.
We have many native birds on the reserve as well as kauri snails. This area of Northland has a high population of North Island brown kiwi, making our pest management all the more important. Our pest control in the Millennium Forest targets rats, stoats, weasels, hedgehogs, possums, cats and pigs.
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