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NZIF Newsletter 18 June 2018 (President's Column)

The Tolaga Bay storm has dominated the forestry-related media interest over the last couple of weeks. There have been dramatic shots of flooding, erosion and yes, those piles and rafts of logs and logging slash, in places where they should not be. Of course, in the East Cape, a lot of the logs and slash are likely come from trees that were planted in the first place to help control erosion. The role of trees in stabilising erosion-prone land is reasonably well understood by the profession. Trees will slow down erosion, but will not stop it. If those trees are managed for timber, there will be a window of vulnerability around time of harvest when the risk of erosion is increased. Whether that risk translates through to accelerated erosion and downstream damage depends on another uncertain process, the weather.

10:04 AM, 18 Jun 2018


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Institute News 18 June 2018

The latest news from the NZIF includes:

  • NZIF Congratulates Dr Gordon Hosking on NZ Order of Merit
  • NZIF email to Hon Shane Jones - Tolaga Bay 
  • From the Registrar
  • NZIF Foundation 2018 Awards and Scholarships
  • Royal Society of New Zealand Te Aparangi

10:15 AM, 18 Jun 2018


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Conference News 18 June 2018

The latest news from the NZIF Conference 9 -11 July, Nelson.

"The Power of Collaboration in the Forestry Industry"

Conference Registrations are closing soon register now! 

 

10:47 AM, 18 Jun 2018


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Media Release - NZIF congratulates Dr Gordon Hosking

The New Zealand Institute of Forestry congratulates Dr Gordon Hosking for his recent appointment as an Officer of the NZ Order of Merit, for services to Conservation. Dr Hosking has been a member of the New Zealand Institute of Forestry since 1977

5:41 PM, 05 Jun 2018



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