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Free Kauri Dieback Certification Training

26 Sep 2020


Saturday 26 September 2020, 1.00pm - Saturday 26 September 2020, 3.00pm


Pest Free Kaipātiki, 36 Kauri Rd, Birkenhead, Auckland

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Pest Free Kaipātiki


This free training focuses on upskilling volunteers and residents within Kaipātiki, and sharing how to look after kauri trees while conducting pest control or restoration work such as weeding, predator control or planting.

If you have kauri on your property or are a volunteer who wants to safely continue your work in areas with kauri, this is the workshop for you.

Sponsored by the Auckland Council Kauri Dieback team, you will come out of the training with the knowledge, equipment and certification to enable you to protect our treasured kauri forests.

As this course is limited, get in quick.

Please RSVP by registering on Eventbrite or our Facebook page event.

For enquiries please email


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