Updates for investors about matters relevant to New Zealand’s forestry sector.
The latest Winter 2017 issue of the New Zealand Forestry Bulletin was published on 31 August 2017. In this issue - Bob Jones goes wooden with world's tallest timber office tower End of Steep Land Harvest Programme marks new beginning to get boots off the slope Dances with wolves (Opinion Piece by D Rhodes, FOA Chief Executive) [...]
The latest Autumn 2017 issue of the New Zealand Forestry Bulletin was published on 31 March 2017. In this issue - NZIER Report on Forestry - Strong Economic & Environment Contributions Back Country Farm Reasons to Look to Forestry Fewer Cows & More Trees in NZ Jungle Book Meets a Bugs Life Fighting Fires With Science Forest Safety [...]
Con Williams, Rural Economist at ANZ - New Zealand’s forestry sector is experiencing a period of strong returns fuelled by a combination of steady Chinese demand, restrictions in export markets on native-forest harvesting, low shipping costs, a local building boom and a supportive NZ dollar (Bluenotes, 21 March 2017). Read Con Williams' article and download the [...]
The Spring 2016 issue of the Forest Owners Association's New Zealand Forestry Bulletin was published on 20 October 2016. In this issue - Mind the Log Gap Eucalypt Beetles Test GIA Assurances For Forest Owners in New Safetree Contractor Certification Scheme 1991 Forest Accord Anniversary Celebrated Forest Portal Goes Live Forests of Tomorrow Waikato Plan [...]
The New Zealand Forestry Bulletin is published three times per year by the Forest Owners Association. The Bulletin provides an excellent overview of national and international issues affecting the wood and forestry sectors. Read the Winter 2016 issue, published 8 June 2016. In this issue: An Effective ETS for Forestry - Why Should You Care? Giving the [...]
The New Zealand Forest Owners Association publishes a range of industry resources including New Zealand Forestry Bulletin, a three times per year publication. The Bulletin provides an excellent overview of national and international issues affecting the wood and forestry sectors. Read the latest issue for Summer 2015/2016, published 8 February 2016. In this issue: The [...]