GOVERNMENT & COUNCILS
Central government and local councils are widely involved in tree planting programmes, including producing trees, administering funding and procuring trees.
The Department of Conservation has resources and advice for ecological restoration.
Government agencies procuring native trees for planting programmes include the New Zealand Transport Agency which has roading infrastructure projects which include significant planting programmes.
Landcorp Farming Limited is a state-owned enterprise with a nationwide portfolio of farms. It plans to plant significant numbers of native trees over the next decade.
Councils also operate nurseries supplying native trees for local planting programmes. Many regional and local councils support native tree planting in their areas. Some also administer funding for tree planting through government funds under various erosion control programmes: