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Glenbervie Forest plays host to increasing kiwi population


Kiwi numbers are increasing in Glenbervie thanks to the massive efforts of local landowners, Rayonier Matariki Forests, Kiwi Coast, Department of Conservation and Northland Regional Council.

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RMF named Supreme winner in Good Employer Awards


Rayonier Matariki Forests has been named the supreme winner in Ministry for Primary Industries Good Employer Awards.

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Connecting kura and community


A massive matai log gifted by Rayonier Matariki Forests to two Hastings schools has been transformed into a masterpiece by whakairo (carver), Nathan Foote.

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Showcasing Southland's Forestry Industry


Southland students got an inside look at the forestry industry during a Forestry Careers Day in Winton.

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Taking special visitors under their wing


Rayonier Matariki Forests’ Manukaawa Forest in Otago has been playing host to a special guest over the past few months - the New Zealand falcon (kārearea).

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New plantings in Hanmer Forest increase diversity


Following the harvesting of a small block of Larch in Hanmer Forest, Rayonier Matariki Forests together with Hanmer Heritage Forest Trust held a community planting morning which saw around 800 coastal redwoods planted.

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Land gift for Te Pohue water supply


Rayonier Matariki Forests has gifted some of its land to the Hastings District Council to ensure residents getting their drinking water from Te Pohue’s water network will have a safer, more resilient supply.

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Sea lion pups put forestry workers on high alert


The Department of Conservation (DOC) called in Rayonier Matariki Forests to help keep a group of sea lion pups safe that had taken up residence in a roadside tidal pool near Hina Hina Forest.

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