View our Forest Management Plan 2020 and Environmental and Social Monitoring Report 2019.

In New Zealand, Nelson Management Limited is certified as meeting the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC-C074692) standard for forest management.

Heather Arnold, Environmental Planner says that the international accreditation is confirmation that plantation forestry is a responsible business.

“Our forests are part of the landscape and continually interact with our environment and communities. Achieving the re-certification affirms that we are managing the land appropriately,  with the future front of mind.”

The forests were found to comply with the internationally-agreed ’10 principles of responsible forest management’: upholding indigenous peoples’ rights; community and workers’ rights; maintaining high conservation value forests, and maintaining the ecosystem.

It’s vital to our company that we maintain our certification and aim to keep raising our standards. It allows us to demonstrate our commitment to responsible forest management practices and the renewable, environmentally beneficial credentials of our timber products.


News and Resources

What it’s really like to be an Environmental Planner
23 Jan 2021
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Resignation of Lees Seymour as Executive General Manager New Zealand
21 Dec 2020
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Christmas tree giveaway to spread festive cheer
03 Dec 2020
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Fire event at OneFortyOne’s Jubilee Sawmill
29 Nov 2020
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