• Dorset Ridge hut to get facelift
    A team went into Dorset Ridge hut from the Horowhenua Hunters Club to check on work needing to be done. The HHC team will be back in, next February or … Continue reading
  • New Sponsor to TARHC
    The Tararua Aorangi Remutaka Huts Committee are pleased to announce that the Stihl Shop Masterton are helping the TARHC with our programs to maintain tracks and huts in our forest … Continue reading
  • FMC Newsletter November 2021
    CANCELLED: FMC’s Hokitika Wild Rivers conference March 2022 It is with regret that FMC has decided to cancel this event. The decision was made at our October 2021 meeting after much discussion. Until there is a degree of certainty with COVID-19 and in-person events the Executive decided that it wasn’t prudent to invite people from all over the country to Hokitika. Also, the effort and resources to organise an event with a high chance of being cancelled would be wiser utilized elsewhere. Continue reading
  • Huts managed by the TARHC now
    Recently, the Tararua Aorangi Remutaka Huts Committee (TARHC) signed Community Agreements with DOC Masterton for the management of four huts in the Tararua Forest Park. These are South Ohau, Waitewaewae, … Continue reading
  • What’s Up Doc? October 2021
    Tiaki takes to the skies Our Royal Cam star fledged last month bringing the 2020/21 Royal Cam season to a close. Although it’s sad to see the chicks leave the colony at Pukekura/ Taiaroa Head colony, we’re thrilled that this season has been record-breaking. 30 chicks including Tiaki have fledged. Continue reading
  • FMC Newsletter October 2021
    2021 FMC Expedition Scholarship and Training Grant recipients announced The recipients of the 2021 FMC Expedition Scholarships have been announced: Simon Bell Memorial Expedition Scholarship Alastair McDowell, Canterbury Mountaineering Club, to support mountaineering ascents in Aoraki / Mt Cook National Park. Youth Expedition Scholarships Continue reading
  • TARHC September 2021 Newsletter
    Kia ora koutou Welcome to this newsletter of the TARHC. This will be published every few months, depending on what activities the TARHC members have been up to in the forest parks. Continue reading
  • FMC Newsletter September 2021
    FMC’s 90th anniversary celebrations Just over one month to go! Taonga Lands and Waters: Conservation and Recreation for the Future Queenstown Memorial Centre, 1 Memorial Drive, Queenstown. 29 – 31 October 2021. It is shaping up to be a fantastic weekend, with 20 high-caliber speakers, including experts in conservation law, natural science, recreation, Te Ao Māori, wild rivers and leaders from across the outdoor recreation and conservation community. We have just released the speakers program on our website, so check that out! Continue reading