What does the NZFFA represent? Help us find out

Milne, Patrick
May 2006
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2006, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p40
The article encourages the branch committees of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association (NZFFA) to survey their membership in order to collect data on the farm and forestry holdings of their members. In order to the taken seriously, it is vital for NZFFA to have some knowledge and understanding of the forestry and land resources of its members. There have been various efforts to survey NZFFA members before at a national level for areas of forest, but the response has been quite dismal. The NZFFA calls for members to provide the best estimate of their farm area and its carrying capacity and areas for plantings.


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