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Season 2, Episode 2
Finding Land for New Native Forests

In this episode, host Vincent Heeringa asks an expert panel; “Where will all the land come from?” – to meet ambitious goals to plant 300,000 more hectares of native forest by 2035, which has been proposed by the New Zealand Climate Change Commission.

How Can We Scale That Goal?

To provide answers and solutions, Vince is joined by former Trees That Count CEO Adele Fitzpatrick, Professor David Norton from the University of Canterbury Te Kura Ngahere School of Forestry and James Treadwell, President of the New Zealand Institute of Forestry. Together they cover the subjects of land use models, policy, incentives and more.

Find out more and explore the complete O Tātou Ngāhere programme of work.

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