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New Zealanders to plant 13,000 pohutukawa and rata

Wednesday, 5 May 2010, 10:54 am | Project Crimson

This year, volunteers in communities all around the country will plant 13,000 pohutukawa and rata following the 2010 Project Crimson annual funding round, recently completed. More >>

Project Crimson helps to plant Auckland red

Thursday, 29 April 2010, 4:04 pm | Project Crimson

Project Crimson and Auckland Motorways have teamed up to bring colour to commuters on Auckland’s busy motorways. More >>

Project Crimson, Starfish dig deep for environment

Thursday, 3 December 2009, 4:11 pm | Project Crimson

In a brilliant mix of ecology and fashion, Project Crimson and designer and eco-advocate, Laurie Foon of Starfish have teamed up to produce a second round of fundraising tee-shirts that will help put more pohutukawa and rata into New Zealand soil. More >>

Arbor Day makeover for Ian Galloway Park

Thursday, 4 June 2009, 3:54 pm | Project Crimson

Around 2,500 native plants, including 500 northern rata, will be planted in and around Ian Galloway Park, near Wilton (Wellington), in recognition of Arbor Day and World Environment Day this Friday (5 June). More >>

Crimson Trails Resplendent In Late Summer

Tuesday, 3 March 2009, 11:07 am | Project Crimson

New Zealanders are being encouraged to make the most of the late summer by visiting and marvelling at their local Crimson Trail, while native rata and pohutukawa are still blooming. New Zealand has nine Crimson Trials, which showcase the best stands ... More >>

Crusaders Players Give Native Rata A Kick-Start

Thursday, 1 May 2008, 3:42 pm | Project Crimson

Five players from the Crusaders Super 14 team have put some muscle into the campaign to get New Zealand’s stunning crimson-flowering natives thriving. George Whitelock, Scott Hamilton, Kade Poki, Casey Laulala and Ti'i Paulo teamed up with staff and ... More >>

Project Crimson Funding Round Closes 1 March

Thursday, 15 February 2007, 2:08 pm | Project Crimson

The Project Crimson Trust's 2007 Funding Round will close on 1 March this year, which will kick off a new round of pohutukawa and rata protection work around New Zealand, while continuing to support ongoing projects. More >>

Community to help plant rata on Tinakori Hill

Wednesday, 14 June 2006, 9:54 am | Project Crimson

Sixty Wadestown School children, aged five and six, will be doing their bit to help establish a northern rata forest on Tinakori Hill today (14 June). More >>

Pohutukawa – Holding It All Together

Wednesday, 10 November 2004, 11:24 am | Project Crimson

Eastern Bay of Plenty residents can thank the pohutukawa in their area for reducing slips along the coastal and harbour cliffs, according to a recent study into landslides in the area. More >>



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