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TE ARAROA PARTNERS with WALKING ACCESS COMMISSION

TE ARAROA TRUST and New Zealand Walking Access Commission have joined forces to improve Aotearoa’s 3000km thru-hike.

The partnership will give the trust access to the commission’s resources and staff, including its digital mapping team and regional field advisors, though chief executive officer of Te Araroa Mark Weatherall said the trust will retain independence and its existing board of trustees.

“The difference is that we now have a Crown agency supporting us in our day-to-day work,” he said.

The partnership has relieved some of the financial pressure facing the trust, though Weatherall said it doesn’t lessen

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