Marlborough’s Future is Durable: Workshop, 16th February 2024

February 20, 2024

NZ Dryland Forests Innovation held a successful workshop on Friday 16th February to present results of a case study to evaluate the potential for a durable hardwood industry in Marlborough.

The workshop was a key part of a two-year Sustainable Land Use Management and Climate Change (SLMACC) project where NZDFI is evaluating how planting durable hardwood forests could contribute to the sustainability of Marlborough’s wine industry.

All workshop presentations plus field trip notes are freely available.

More SLMACC project details here.

The project is funded by MPI’s Sustainable Land Use and Climate Change fund (SLMACC). NZDFI is working in partnership with the NZ Bioenergy Association on this project.