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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (2017) 62(2): 23–25
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

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Sustainable totara management and biodiversity conservation in Northland

Laura M. Young 1 and David A. Norton *,2

1 Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Forestry, University of Canterbury, Christchurch
2 Fellow, NZIF & Professor, School of Forestry. Corresponding author: david.norton@canterbury.ac.nz
*Corresponding author.

Abstract: This paper explores the potential of the sustainable management of regenerating totara on Northland farmland for achieving biodiversity conservation outcomes. Sustainable totara management can provide a direct incentive for landowners to retain and better manage regenerating forests, which are otherwise of little or no economic value, while also providing a range of other benefits to the landowner and society more generally. In particular, private native forests complement protected conservation land, contributing to landscape scale biodiversity conservation across Te Tai Tokerau.
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