Lessons from those who have planned successfully

Palmer, Harriet
May 2006
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2006, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p35
The article offers tips for planning and managing farm forests. When it comes to farm forestry, long-term planning is not easy. For new comers, it is vital to learn from owners of established and leading farm forestry operations. According to a recently published New Zealand farm management textbook, long term planning should begin by asking where do we want to be and where are we now. Successful land owners seem to have clear ideas on how they want to continue moving forward and building the business in the short and medium term.


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