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The New Zealand Tree Crops Association is a voluntary organisation promoting interest in useful trees, such as those producing fruit, nuts, timber, fuel, wood, livestock fodder, bee forage and other productive crops.
‘Tree Crops’ is the affectionate abbreviation by which NZTCA is widely known.
Sharing knowledge: to improve tree cropping in New Zealand – promoting ‘treecrops’.
Welcome to our official treecrops national web site.
We invite you to ethically share our interests.
Please check the grey menu-bar above for a website overview.
On a more personal level, we encourage you to visit your nearest local branch’s field day events visiting interesting growers and topical discussion meetings.
Visitors are warmly welcomed (unless otherwise stated, for some unusual reason).
Members and visitors nation-wide are invited to meet nationally at our Annual Conference.
Join us to enjoy our special tours and workshops –
Conference 2015 in March is hosted by our Northland Branch, themed “Biological Growing”, and includes an inspiring range of workshops, field trips, and expert speakers – more information….
Our national TreeCropper magazine publication is proudly edited and printed to a high standard every quarter. TreeCropper is posted to all members.
NZTCA regional branches produce printed newsletters, although most branches now offer a convenient emailed option which is increasingly popular.
NZTCA will soon offer more internet services through this national website, with direct branch participation.
For upcoming events you can attend, at North Island + at South Island branches and other notices, check the Events you can attend tab drop-down menu choices at top.
Tree or Crop enquiries our website volunteers cannot handle – Sorry!
But please consider a nearby Event you can attend – visitors welcome – and enquire there.
Members can share knowledge on-line using the ‘Members’ services when logged in.
Calling experienced tree croppers -
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Also, web management welcomes constructive criticisms and other feedback, written please, but NO crop questions!
For fast attention please use the Branches > Get-in-touch simple form.