Ambitious restoration project turning 1400 hectares of pine back into native forest

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WARWICK SMITH/StuffAbout 1400-hectares of pine forestry on what was previously known as Pamoa Station, is being returned to native vegetation. (File photo)From lush podocarp bush where titipounamu and kārearea fly, to steep grazing on Pamoa Station, to pine plantation and back, life at Mangapoike has come full circle. The Gisborne District Council and mana whenua…

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