NZ has set itself a target of planting 100 million trees per year in a "Billion Trees" planting programme.
Now that means we need to plant about 274,000 trees per day, every day of the year.
Do you think this is possible when you consider ground preparation and the availability of such a large number of trees?
How many people would you need to have continuously working on this project?
Re-establish the New Zealand Forestry Service, and planting 100 million trees per year in a Billion Trees Planting Programme.