Brief summaries of the Conference meetings

Bulloch, Bruce; Palmer, Harriet
May 2006
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2006, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p13
The article focuses on the meetings that were held at the annual conference of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association in 2006. At the Branch Management meeting, the primary topic is the issue of attracting and retaining association members. A strategic plan was introduced during the meeting in response to the membership issue. Meanwhile, the Business Session was held separately from the Annual General Meeting to allow more free-ranging discussion. The purpose of the Business Session is to inform members with current issues affecting the association and the forestry industry.


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