Forest futures: management of native forest in the Kauri region
Planning to determine the future native forest in the Kauri Region is at present fragmentary and uncoordinated. This study describes the nature of forest resources in the Kauri Region, investigates factors that influence decisions determining the future forests face, and identifies a need for coordinated planning and management.
KeywordsKauri region; native forest; forest management; land use; resource management; forest policy
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