Welcome to Tāne’s Tree Trust
Tāne’s Tree Trust is a non-profit Charitable Trust focused on encouraging the use of New Zealand indigenous tree species for biodiversity, landscape enhancement, cultural benefits, and providing the option for sustainable production of high-quality timber and other resources.
The Trust had its origins in 1999 and was formally set up in 2002. It is managed by a group of trustees that represent a wide range of sectors, interests and expertise.
We have a broad membership base and work with a range of interest groups from managing agencies and environmental trusts to iwi and landowners keen see the planting and management of indigenous trees nationwide and to share knowledge in successful establishment of indigenous forests for multiple purposes and use.
Find out more about the role and work of the Tāne’s Tree Trust by exploring this website for the projects and activities of the Trust, the latest news and events, the resources and publications available on establishment and management of indigenous forestry, and how you can become involved.
Northland Totara Working Group
The Northland Totara Working Group (NTWG) is coordinated by Tane’s Tree Trust to promote the sustainable management of farm-grown totara (Podocarpus totara) for multiple purposes, including timber production. It has initiated many collaborative research projects exploring a range of topics from growth-rates and silviculture, through to timber use and market potential. The group also advocates on relevant legislative matters, with the ultimate goal of facilitating the development of a regional totara industry. More…
Free Publications to Members
Free publications from the TTT list of publications for existing members, new members, and when you renew your membership. Check out the many full colour bulletins, other publications and reports in the Resource Centre. Free while stocks last!
Register your planted indigenous forests
Planted indigenous forests can be registered with the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) to ensure future landowners and generations can prove these stands were planted. Check out the MPI website and download the Application of a Planted Indigenous Forest Certificate.