Consultant urges rethink of forestry on Tasman district's fragile soils | Stuff.co.nz: As the call grows for tougher controls on forestry, consultant Roger May adds his voice. Cherie Sivignon reports.
Forestry consultant Roger May feels a sense of deja vu.
In the 1990s, as part of Eco-Net, he was calling for improved forestry practices on fragile Separation Point granite (SPG) soils in the Tasman district along with more stringent council rules accompanied by increased�monitoring and enforcement.
Now, as many residents of the district clean up the damage wrought in February by�ex-Tropical Cyclone Gita, May finds himself raising those�same issues again.