Te Arawa and Sealord partner on forest project

A regenerating native forest - Te Ika-a-Māui North Island - Aotearoa NZ

New initiative is hailed a New Zealand-leading climate change partnership kaupapa, based on te ao Māori principles

New Zealand fishing company Sealord is investing NZD 10 million over the next 10 years in a carbon offset programme that will see underutilised Te Arawa whenua around the wider Rotorua region developed into permanent forest.

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