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Our Vision: The Trust is a valued organisation in the historical Treaty settlement process.
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"Kia hiwa ra, kia hiwa ra
te tangi a te manu nei, kuui, kuui, kuui
tuia, tuia, tui-tuia
tuia i runga, tuia i raro, tuia i roto, tuia i waho
ka rongo te po, ka rongo te ao
i te pu korero i te wananga
puawhio-rangi, putakataka, te marama ahunuku te marama
ahurangi ka takoto koutou i te wa-o-tu
tu winiwini, tu wanawana, tu i whakaputaiana ki te whei ao
ka tu numia, ka tu rawea,
ka whakaoti nuku
ka whakaoti rangi
ko to manawa ko taku manawa, ka irihia
whano, whano, whano mai te toki
haumi ee, hui ee taiki ee"


Sir Graham Latimer

 Haere mai, Welcome

 

Media enquiries

Please submit all media enquiries via our contacts page.

 

Reports to Appointors 

Crown Forestry Rental Trust's Reports to Appointors are available here.

 

Services to Claimants

The Trust's updated Claimant Guide covers all aspects of Trust services.

 

Eligibility and Capability application forms:

Waitangi Tribunal Eligibility and Capability

Settlement Negotiations Eligibility and Capability

Waitangi Tribunal Remedies Hearing

 

The Forestry Emission Unit Trust

The Government appointed CFRT's Trustees to the Forestry Emission Unit Trust. The FEUT is responsible for applying for the New Zealand Units available for land underlying Licensed Crown Forests and distributing those Units to iwi who receive forest land as part of their Treaty settlements. For more information, see the website http://www.feut.org.nz/

  

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About the Trust
Crown Forestry
Rental Trust works to
expedite the settlement of Māori claims against the Crown, which  involve or could involve Crown forest licensed lands.
Read more about the Trust

 

Claimant Resources

Guidance on Treaty Settlement Negotiations

Funding from the Trust

Annual Reports