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  1. Video for Eastland Wood Council wants road rates to be part-paid by horticulture
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    Eastland Wood Council wants road rates to be part-paid by horticulture

    Eastland Wood Council chief executive Philip Hope says forestry is a big user but not the only user.

  2. Video for Government funding boosts forestry career pathways
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    Government funding boosts forestry career pathways

    Training a new intake for log production, including mentorship with qualified professionals.

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    Government to provide support for planting of forests on Māori land

    The Government will provide up to $1.69 million to Māori landowners to make their whenua more productive through the planting of forests.

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    Ngāti Rēhia and Crown create kauri sanctuary

    The government and Northland iwi Ngāti Rēhia have today announced up to $6.25 million in One Billion Trees funding for a new kauri sanctuary.

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    Growing diversity in the forestry sector

    Māori and women interested in pursuing careers in forestry science are encouraged to apply for the 2021 Ngā Karahipi Uru Rākau - Forestry Scholarships which are now open.

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    $213mil to get Kiwi exporters back to work

    Trade and Export Growth Minister David Parker says this will not only help established exporters but will help newcomers to export as well. The Government is confident that this will help bring back lost jobs.

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    Hawke's Bay forestry contractors can finally return to work

    Forestry contractors around the country are rejoicing the decision to let them get back to work after COVID-19 restrictions resulted in tools down.

  8. Video for Tairāwhiti forestry will need another 150 workers for planting season
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    Tairāwhiti forestry will need another 150 workers for planting season

    The forestry industry in great hands since the Prime Ministers announcement for kaimahi to return to work at Alert Level 3.

  9. Video for East Coast iwi 'shovel ready' to save their dying forest
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    East Coast iwi 'shovel ready' to save their dying forest

    On the East Coast where iwi guardians of Te Raukūmara Range are working to save their forest which lies between the Bay of Plenty and East Cape. Te Whānanu-ā-Apanui and Ngāti Porou have submitted a budget bid to the Minister of Conservation to support their restoration project.

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