Young Nicks Forest Partnership

Young Nicks Forest Partnership was the 63rd forest established by Roger Dickie. In 2016 Young Nicks had an estimated net stocked area of 349.8 hectares.

The Young Nicks Forest Partnership was formed October 1997 with planting carried out in 1998. However there are also a few small stands of older trees. The main harvest is forecast to start in 2024 

Young Nicks Forest is situated 28 km south of Gisborne. This closeness to Gisborne Port is a great benefit as it ensures minimal freight costs at harvest time.

Access to the property is gained from State Highway 2 via Williams Road near Muriwai. Partners are welcome to visit the property at any time.

 

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