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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (2020) 65(1): 3–6
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Feature article
Exploring the afforestation potential of steep eroding hill country in the Hawke’s Bay region

Michelle Harnett *,1

1 Science Communicator, Scion, Rotorua. Email: michelle.harnett@scionresearch.com
*Corresponding author.

Abstract: We explore the opportunities for afforestation in the Hawke’s Bay region of New Zealand to reduce soil erosion and to provide economic and environmental benefits. The work analyses broad-scale spatial information across a range of tree species and forest systems drawing on existing forestry projects and knowledge. The tools and information produced will help decision-makers understand the implications of different afforestation options to develop a selfsustaining regional afforestation strategy.
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