Here you’ll find the Wenita news, updated each month.
As at the end of August, planting in the Wenita estate is almost completed for the season. Dry soil conditions disrupted planting in early and mid-July, but since then conditions have been generally favourable. Planting for Ngai Tahu at Dunback and Waikouaiti is...read more
We are pleased to welcome two new staff to the Wenita team. Brenda McIndoe is our new Accounts Assistant. Brenda’s main role will be running our PS LOG system, which is an integral part of our log sales’ and contractor payments’ systems. It is a very important role....read more
We are expanding our pruning programme to about 700ha per year, which effectively means 1400ha of pruning operations per year when doing two-lift pruning. This year we have budgeted for 1000ha of pruning operations with the intention of increasing again next year....read more
This year Johnson Forestry Services has started a Forestry Pathways Course, with the help of Tokomairiro Training, based out of Tokomairiro High School. The course is run for two days each week over a 32-week period and is supported by local forestry companies. It...read more
Wenita was pleased to have some of our crews and staff recognised at the Southern Wood Council’s annual Forestry Awards at the Forsyth Barr Stadium on Friday, May 24. Forestry managers, contractors, transport operators and service and product suppliers gathered to...read more
The 2019 winter planting season is almost upon us, although ground conditions are still drier than we would like. Hopefully we get some good rain in the next couple of weeks, so that we can start planting before the end of May. This year we will plant cutover areas at...read more