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Re: Natives vs future

Subject: Re: Natives vs future
From: Wayne Tyson
Date: Nov 05 2020 02:50:28
I ran an ecosystem restoration and management consulting business for 21
years and was active in the field many years before that. I have assisted
the Scripps Institute of Oceanography and the University of California at
San Diego with some projects, two of which are on hold because of the
pandemic.

I'd be happy to be of whatever assistance I can be to your efforts.

Wayne

Stay safe, well, and happy!

On Thu, Oct 22, 2020 at 12:50 AM Brynley Andrews <brynley.andrews@xxxxxx.com>
wrote:

Dear all

I am involved in a large scale farm woodland planting scheme.

The FC favour high performance carbon/timber/eco species, and the ANOB/LA
landscape planners favour traditional species to form traditional landscape
features.

There is considerable overlap potential but the FC seem to be more inline
with modern thinking. And arguably the LA/ANOB are part of the old failed
model.

Also, The landowner intends to eventually run a sawmill on the Eatate.

I am proposing a highly diverse mix of 50/50 exotics & natives as suits the
soil/climate/objectives - with special emphasis on targeting habitat for
priority fauna species.

It is a fun project & I welcome your input.

Thanks

Brynley

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Brynley Arboriculturist / urban forester



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