Stuart Orme

Stuart heads the Woodnet team who have developed into a solution orientated group focused on adding value across the forestry value chain for their clients.  He is a Registered Forestry Consultant (MNZIF) with extensive experience in the forestry field.  He is also one of NZ’s foremost experts on marginal land options and the ETS.

In 2010 Stuart joined the Leadership New Zealand programme with other participants selected from across the social and industry axies of New Zealand.  This year long experience helped to cement an understanding and importance of a “big picture” approach to client needs.

Stuart has also successfully completed studies to become a licenced salesperson under the Real Estate Agents Authority 2008 for forestry sales and purchases.

Stuart established Wildside Walks (DOC concessionaire) providing people with unique guided outdoor experiences.

Colin Bradley

Colin has a Bachelor of Science (Forestry) degree.  He is involved in overseeing forest operations; silviculture and suppporting the forest inventory team.  Colin is also involved with the Wairarapa Young Farmers and the Wairarapa Rural Fire Service.  Colin spends a fair amount of his working time travelling to various forestry blocks owned by our clients around the country.

Wendy Bunny

Wendy has a background in administration and legal work and joined Woodnet in May 2011.  Since then she has specialised in conducting NZETR and MPI account transactions for clients, facilitating forest and carbon insurance, as well as assisting Stuart with the administration of forest sales.

Margaret Willis

Margaret joined in March 2011 and has a background in client management and administration. She enjoys going the extra mile whether working with clients directly, or in the field.  Originally working mainly in ETS administration, Margaret now also covers alternate land use assessments, assistance with Valuations and is Woodnet’s main GIS operator, providing mapping services for several parts of the business. With over five years’ experience now under her belt, she is very versatile, able to address complex ETS related queries as well as be a team leader in the field when plotting for tree quality.

In her spare time, she enjoys either a good view from the saddle of her horses, getting creative crafting or second hand shopping.

Phil Orme

Phil (B.Sci-For Hon) has significant experience in the forestry industry.  Previous roles included Port Manager and Harvesting Manager for significant Central North Island and throughout NZ forest operations.  Phil now adds his skills to the Woodnet team through short to medium term projects.  Phil is based in the South Island.