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An independent site providing sources of information, reports and publications covering forestry and forest products in the Southern Hemisphere.
http://www.southernhemisphereforestry.co.nz ~ Details
Australasian forest products company focusing on wood importing & exporting as well as forestry investments.
http://www.chh.com ~ Details
Forestry investment company which aims to create wealth for investors via New Zealand Radiata pine plantation forestry.
http://www.forestenterprises.co.nz ~ Details
4-yearly international forestry exhibition and conference. In-forest demonstrations, trade sites for all industry sectors from harvesting to finished wood product.
http://www.forestevents.co.nz ~ Details
Provides members with a range of services including representation at industry level in respect of research lobbying, forestry legal issues, forest health and marketing. Publisher of Tree Grower Magazine.
http://www.nzffa.org.nz ~ Details
Information and links about New Zealand Pine, by Pine Magazine.
http://www.nzforestry.co.nz ~ Details
A forestry company specialising in the management of forestry operations. Site features Dutch and English versions plus information on services and people.
http://www.asset.co.nz ~ Details
Forest products equipment, drum chippers, shredders, mesh screens, wood and bark hogs.
http://www.fulghum.co.nz ~ Details
GoldPine is a New Zealand producer of poles and roundwood products. GoldPine Industries range includes farming and landscape products, telephone poles and Hurricane wire products.
http://www.goldpine.co.nz ~ Details
A major producer of quality solid timber products for both the domestic and international markets. Company profile and information on products.
http://www.southpine.co.nz ~ Details
Online portal for trading of wood, forests and for forestry and wood information. Buy wood and sell wood online or find New Zealand forest, forestry and pine information.
http://www.woodnet.co.nz ~ Details
Arboretum and forestry scholarship established by Harold Holt. The Scholarship is for support and research in all disciplines relating to the forestry industry including specific areas of saw milling, harvesting, processing and utilisation.
http://www.holtforesttrust.org.nz ~ Details
Treepel is a non-toxic, easy and inexpensive way to protect roses, plants and forestry seedlings from attack by hares and rabbits.
http://www.treepel.co.nz ~ Details
The Loggers Shop Ltd has been providing quality product and services to the New Zealand forest industry for over 10 years. Stocking well known and durable brands such as Oregon, Windsor, Rope master, DSR and Green pin. Specialists in wire rope, rigging, safety clothing & footwear and chainsaw and harvester products.
http://www.logger.co.nz ~ Details
Trees can be broken down into three main parts: the roots, the leaves and the woody structure between them. The roots'' function is to bring raw materials-water and mineral salt dissolved in water-to the tree. The leaves absorb carbon dioxide from the air and use the sun''s light energy to combine this gas with the moisture from the roots, thus making the simple sugars that are the basic nutrients of the tree. The trunk, limbs, branches and twigs hold the leaves in position
Deforestation is basically the loss or destruction of forest habitat, primarily as a result of the action of human beings. It is the single largest source of land- use greenhouse gas emissions, and accounts for around 18 -20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. We know from a previous article, trees and vegetation act as sinks or stores for carbon dioxide, one of the most important greenhouse gases. Stored carbon taken out of the atmosphere by photosynthesis through decades of growth