Rebecca Harper Analysis by Beef + Lamb New Zealand (B+LNZ) indicates that since 2019 about 70,000 hectares of productive sheep and beef land has been, or is in the process of being, converted into forestry. The organisation is alarmed that the Government is rushing through a reform of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) that will...
Speculation on the carbon price skyrocketing has been partly blamed for fuelling the buying of...
Tony Leggett Experienced agricultural economist Rob Davison has unearthed a concerning consequence for forest landowners,...
Joanna Davies For all of my childhood, teenage and boomerang adult years I lived next...
Wairarapa-based farmer and former Nuffield Scholar Derek Daniell looks at the unintended consequences of carbon...
Rebecca Harper National will make changes to the Zero Carbon Act, if elected, and it...
Rebecca Harper Nationwide, there is no flood of conversions of farmland to forestry, but there...
Joanna Cuttance Sheep and beef farmers with marginal farmland have an opportunity to sell, with...
Terry Brosnahan Forestry has ripped the heart out of a small Southland community. In the...
Could forestry land values go higher? Quite possibly, but not all forestry opportunities are created...
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