This spring, we’re hitting the road to talk forestry.

We’re finding that as investors re-evaluate their portfolios in the wake of Covid-19, they are looking to forestry to hedge against volatility in the financial markets.

Forestry in New Zealand has piqued the interest of communities and investors across the country. Forestry exports are worth around $6 billion per year, and forest products are New Zealand’s third-largest export earner behind dairy and meat. As we look to forestry to help New Zealand achieve its climate change goals, the vital role of forests in sustaining our quality of life has never been so important.

But behind the simplicity of forestry – plant some trees, watch them grow – there is a complexity which requires the skills and experience of a responsible manager.

The profitable harvest of our first rotation investments is underway, and as we replant the forests we are creating opportunities for the next generation of investors for the first time in 20 years.

Join us for an informal update on forestry in New Zealand and generating income from sustainably managed forestry.

Register at the links below:

Queenstown, Tuesday 3 November, 12pm
Dunedin, Wednesday 4 November, 12pm
Christchurch, Thursday 5 November, 12pm
Nelson, Friday 6 November, 12pm

Wellington, Thursday 29 October, 12pm
Tauranga, Monday 9 November, 12pm
Palmerston North, Tuesday 10 November, 12pm
Auckland, date TBC
Napier, Friday 20 November, 4pm