By the time you get this newsletter the start of the ANZIF conference will be less than 2 weeks away. The organising committee has been working very hard on your behalf and has put together a very exciting programme, with top quality speakers. We are delighted to open the conference with an address from the Honourable Shane Jones, the Minister of Forestry. Future Foresters are making a strong contribution to this conference, starting with the quiz on a Sunday night. This event proved to be an excellent ice breaker at the conference last year, as everyone racked their memories to recall useful facts like the capital of Bellarus or the first number one hit by Lady Gaga. There is a full programme of CPD events on Sunday and, of course, the AGM, followed by networking drinks (a very popular combination). There is a great range of other social and informational events. Have a look at the full programme at https://www.anzifconference.com and register now, if you haven’t already.
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The latest news from the NZIF includes:
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2019 ANZIF conference 25 - 28 August 2019
Registration is now open for the combined 2019 Australian and New Zealand Institutes of Forestry Conference (ANZIF), which has the theme:
The Forest Newsfeed: COMMUNICATING FORESTRY IN THE CONNECTED AGE
This year’s conference theme is highly relevant on both sides of the Tasman. Your conference organising committee, made up of NZIF and IFA members, has secured the very best national and international speakers. Professional development courses will cover forest valuation, carbon forestry and leadership. The field trip will address topical issues in forest management.
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Forestry News from around the world and New Zealand, including:
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