Growing the Future with Lessons from the Past: celebrating 50 years of forestry education and research

15 April 2019

The School of Forestry | Te Kura Ngahere is pleased to announce a conference and celebration in recognition of 50 years at the University of Canterbury (1970-2020).

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The School of Forestry will celebrate 50 Years of education and research with a conference and social events from Thursday 16th to Saturday 18th April 2020. The event will be held at the University of Canterbury and will include two days of conference/education sessions on current topics in forestry research and education. A social programme including class reunions, a conference dinner and other small events will allow graduates and past academics and staff to catch up with old friends.

A formal programme of events will be published in the second half of 2019 but we welcome expressions of interest now. You can contact the School via the dedicated conference email:

We look forward to catching up with you next year.


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