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Forestry owners oppose the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment’s proposal to limit forestry offsets to agriculture.
A disease which is devastating trees in the Western United States and Europe is a major threat to New Zealand plantations and ornamental trees, should it ever arrive here.
Forest owners say kinks in the laws covering the release of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) need to be ironed out.
Forest operations will continue in Nelson and Marlborough forests during summer, except when the fire risk is at its highest.
All forest plantations will be brought into a nationwide forest health surveillance scheme if next month's referendum of forest growers is successful.
Rotorua forestry company and a Coromandel forestry contractor have been fined more than $50,000 in total for carrying out forest harvesting unlawfully at a remote Coromandel farm.
The forest and wood processing industries are pushing forward with a strategy to transform the sector.
A developing oversupply of logs in China and continuing currency pressure has resulted in a small fall in New Zealand forestry export earnings for the latest quarter.