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Working on or around trees

Ko te mahi i waenga ake, horapa noa rānei i te rākau

​Trees contribute to Auckland being a desirable place to live and are an important part of Auckland’s natural heritage and identity. Trees also:
  • conserve water
  • make our air breathable
  • absorb air pollution
  • support our slopes
  • protect our properties from erosion, and
  • provide habitat and food for wildlife.

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