NZ Forest Managers Ltd provides commercial forest owners with comprehensive forestry management services including forest development, planning, through to harvesting and marketing. NZFM also offers carbon forestry services.
Following enquiries from the public, we would like to provide the following further information about NZFM's upcoming aerial spraying operations.
Safe Start followed the same process as previous years with our guest speaker being Sir Gordon Tietjens, the former All Blacks Sevens Coach.
Aerial pellet operation due to be undertaken anytime from 3 March 2016, weather and operational constraints dependant
The year was started off with the Safe Start breakfast held at the Turangi Chartered Club followed by an interesting and humourous presentation from Matt Te Pou.
NZFM held its annual workforce survey during November/December 2015.The winners of the prize draw were presented with their prizes mid December 2015.
Once again we started the year off with the Safe Start breakfast held at the Turangi Chartered Club. We were also given a moving presentation by Wiremu and Marcella Edmonds.
NZFM held its annual workforce survey during December 2014.The winners of the prize draw were presented with their prizes mid December 2014.
Spraying will occur in Lake Taupo, Rotoaira, Opepe,Taurewa and Waituhi Forests from September 10th 2014 and will finish on the 30th November 2014.
The FSC audit was undertaken in May 2014. A successful outcome was achieved passing with one minor observation.
Safe Start 2014 kicked off the year for the staff, contractors and employees of NZFM.
Ngapuna Road is no longer closed due to the reduced risk of flash flooding.
Lake Taupo and Rotoaira Forests suffered wind damage at the end of March, during strong winds that battered the Taupo district.
The annual Stihl KEEP IT SAFE programme held its first presentations for 2012 recently at the NZ Forest Managers Office.
In early 2012 Rotoaira Forest was re-surveyed to determine the presence and distribution of both long-tail and short-tail bats.