New Zealand Institute of Forestry Marks 75 Years

July 2003
New Zealand Forest Industries;Jul2003, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that the New Zealand Institute of Forestry celebrated its 75th anniversary by planting a rimu tree at Otari Native Botanic Garden in Wellington, New Zealand. Role of botanist and forester Lindsay Poole in the planting activity; History of the institute; Status of the forestry industry in New Zealand.


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