Located at the top of the South Island in the beautiful Nelson Tasman and Marlborough regions, our New Zealand forests were first planted in 1927.
We provide and maintain 125km of public easement road through our Nelson forests, providing the local community with access for motorsport, walking, hunting, fishing, horse riding and mountain biking. A section of the Great Taste Trail runs through our forests; its construction was supported by funding from OneFortyOne.
We also protect more than 9,000 hectares of conservation land, take care of endangered species and we’re reinvigorating the health of the natural environment in Nelson Tasman and Marlborough. Endemic and endangered kea are inhabitants of our forests, and our workforce protects and monitors the health of these beautiful birds in conjunction with the Kea Conservation Trust.
We believe in regional communities and are committed to supporting the sustainable prosperity of the places where we live and work.
Communities are flexible, and so is our grant program. If your community group is from an area where we operate, you can approach us directly for grants of up to $5,000 via the online application portal. We accept applications all year round and review applications as they are received.