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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (2007) 52(1): 2
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Editorial
What sort of organisation do we wish to be?

Euan Mason



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The New Zealand Institute of Forestry is a great organisation. It has been punching above its weight recently in providing submissions to government and in contributing to policy related to forestry. These are among services to the community that we provide as experts, and in that respect, the last few years have been a golden age for the Institute. When suggesting that people join, I’m sometimes asked, “What can it do for me?” With apologies to John Kennedy, I’m tempted to suggest people “ask not what the Institute can do for us, but what we, as an Institute can do for humanity”.
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