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Timber Design Awards winners ingenious, sophisticated and beautiful

By | September 21st, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good|

Friday Offcuts, 21.9.18  ||  Entries in the 2018 NZ Wood-Resene Timber Design Awards demonstrated new and different ways to use timber that nevertheless meet all building codes and criteria as well as being beautiful. Timber [...]

Forest Call Episode 6

By | September 20th, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good, Forestry Updates|

Forest Call Episode 6 looks at native trees with a trip to Matakana and other species including eucalyptus. Plus, Don Carson interviews Peter Berg FNZIF, current board member of Forest Growers Research Ltd. Growing the forest [...]

Current investment opportunities available on our secondary market

By | September 12th, 2018|Categories: Investment Opportunities, Forest Enterprises News|

A parcel of shares is currently listed for sale in each of the Cleland Forest Investment and Ngahape Forest Investment, both located in the Wairarapa. Go to each forest profile to learn more and to download the forest's [...]

Energy from wood is good for the country

By | September 7th, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good|

Friday Offcuts, 7 September 2018  ||  Bioenergy production using wood from locally grown and sustainably managed forests can provide one of the lowest carbon energy options for New Zealand. New information from Scion explains the role [...]

Cutting-edge NZ timber tech could change the future of construction

By | September 7th, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good|

Cutting-edge timber technology developed in Christchurch could change the future of construction and how buildings react to earthquakes. The new Beatrice Tinsley building, at the University of Canterbury's (UC) Ilam campus, is under construction utilising [...]

Forest Call Episode 5

By | September 6th, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good, Forestry Updates|

Forest Call Episode 5 makes a call on Climate Change, what trees can do about resisting it and how it works. Plus an interview with Murray Sherwin, Chair of the New Zealand Productivity Commision following [...]

Forest Call Episode 4

By | August 31st, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good, Forestry Updates|

Forest Call Episode 4 looks at high rise timber construction using laminated veneer lumber engineering for the Beatrice Tinsley Building at the University of Canterbury and where LVL is made at Nelson Pine. Growing the [...]

Forest Call Episode 3

By | August 31st, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good, Forestry Updates|

In Episode 3 of Forest Call, Don Carson talks to Paul Burridge about the career opportunities for young people in forestry – the sector with the most guaranteed growth curve. This episode also examines how a root [...]

Forest Call Episode 2

By | August 31st, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good, Forestry Updates|

Episode 2 of Forest Call looks at falcons and kaka, two quite different examples of endangered bird species in our plantation forests. And Don Carson talks to Scion’s fire research team in Christchurch who are [...]

Forest Call Episode 1

By | August 31st, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good, Forestry Updates|

Join Don Carson for an inside look into Forestry in New Zealand. This show has an extensive interview with Forestry Minister Shane Jones plus new technology being used in our forests. Growing the forest story: [...]

Forest Owners say ETS revisions timely and necessary for climate change goals

By | August 15th, 2018|Categories: Forestry Updates|

New Zealand Forest Owners Association, 14 August 2018  ||  Forest owners are calling the proposed revisions to the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) both timely and necessary if New Zealand is to hope to meet its greenhouse [...]

Investor Update, July 2018

By | July 30th, 2018|Categories: Investor Updates|

If you can't read this email, please view it online Investor Update, July 2018 The Forest Enterprises team is focussed on our number one priority of achieving the best possible outcome from your harvest and [...]

Steve Wilton awarded NZIF Fellowship

By | July 18th, 2018|Categories: Forest Enterprises News|

Forest Enterprises Special Projects Director, Steve Wilton has been made a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Forestry (NZIF). The honour of Fellow is bestowed on a member who has been recognised by NZIF peers as [...]

Is forestry biomass carbon neutral?

By | July 18th, 2018|Categories: Wood is Good|

WoodWeek, 18 July 2018   ||   Wood energy will play a vital role in helping New Zealand transition to a low-emissions future through conversions that replace fossil fuel use for heat and process energy. The Carbon Zero [...]

A million tonnes expected from Forest Enterprises’ Hawkes Bay harvest

By | July 6th, 2018|Categories: Forest Enterprises News|

Forest Enterprises expects to harvest a million tonnes from the forest estate we manage in the Hawkes Bay. We manage 1,289 hectares of radiata pine forest in Hawkes Bay region (four forestry investments), representing approximately 7% [...]

Horse riding park coming to Carterton forest

By | June 28th, 2018|Categories: Forest Enterprises News|

On 5 June, the partnership between Carterton District Council, Dalefield Horse Riders and Forest Enterprises was formalised with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the use of Council's Kaipatangata Forest block for [...]