The Rangitahi Project is an incredible vision created by an extraordinary family.
The Peacocke’s have been farming land in Raglan for more than 30 years.
They are not only farmers, but also extremely keen nature enthusiasts. All of the members of the Peacocke family have a great passion for protecting the ecological values of the land through extensive planting which as a result sees birdlife on the peninsula abundant and thriving.
The Peacocke family love Raglan and are dedicated to preserving its dynamic and diverse culture.
The Rangitahi Project aims to provide land for those wanting to join this laid-back seaside community, to build their own dreams and to create a life that promises beauty and simplicity.
“Create a life that promises beauty and simplicity.”
The Rangitahi Vision is to enrich not only the peninsula but also the region through regenerative planting. Here at Rangitahi, we have a great passion for protecting the ecological values of the land and helping the native flora and fauna flourish.
At its core, regenerative planting or native plant restoration is to put back what is naturally there. This means looking at the land and assessing what native flora and fauna naturally thrives in the location, then purposefully boosting natural growth by planting native seedlings that help enrich and establish the existing natural canopies and sub canopies; doing this will encourage natural seed dispersal through birds and weather.
The Rangitahi Peninsula has come to life in collaboration with our amazing partners
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