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New Zealand Journal of Forestry (2002) 47(4): 9–11
©New Zealand Institute of Forestry

Plantation forestry has been restricted in water-short South Island catchments

M. Bloomberg

This article challenges the current trend towards precautionary planning by some territorial authorities. It is contended that the lack of rigorous analysis has led to unnecessary controls of forestry on farms. Unreasonable constraints on forestry options for hill country land users severely limits the odds of achieving sustainability. Is this what we really want?
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