The Zoroastrian Community Trust of New Zealand ZCT
Zoroastrianism is one of the world’s oldest religions and there is a thriving community of Zoroastrians in New Zealand. The Zoroastrian Community Trust of New Zealand ZCT was established in 2007 with the aim of building a social and religious centre for the community in Auckland.
As a fund raising event, the ZCT Trustees organised a memorial tree planting at CUE Haven. The Trustees invited supporters and their friends to purchase and plant trees in memory of departed loved ones.
For the memorial plantings, CUE Haven donated kahikatea trees to ZCT. The kahikatea(Dacrycarpus dacrydiodes) is New Zealand’s tallest native tree, growing to 60 to 80 metres. Kahikateas live for hundreds of years, making them excellent memorial trees.
Today 45 supporters and friends visited CUE Haven and planted 42 memorial trees in the main wetland area.
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