There is a disease that is threatening our majestic native kauri trees. our majestic native kauri trees.
It's called kauri dieback disease and it’s easily spread by walkers. You can help prevent the spread of this by following these simple steps: Prepare before going for a walk. Clean soil from your footwear and walking poles thoroughly. Use the cleaning station correctly. Brush soil from your shoes. Inspect thoroughly and if not clean brush again. Disinfect by stepping on the foot pump. Stay on the track. Going off the track is one of the greatest risk areas. We all play a part in preventing the spread of kauri dieback disease. Please do your bit by ensuring your gear is clean and disinfected, and you stay on the track. URL: doc.govt.nz/kauri-dieback
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