Sustainable harvesting of indigenous timber from the Longwood and Rowallan forests

Milligan, Heather; Milligan, Graham
May 2004
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2004, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p42
Presents information on a field day hosted by the Waitutu Inc. in 2003 on the theme of sustainable timber harvesting and processing in New Zealand. Details of the integrated operation of Lindsay and Dixon Ltd. to sustainably harvest and mill the Longwood and Rowallan forests; Management of the estate on a 100-year rotation; Efforts of Lindsay and Dixon Ltd. to find ways to better utilize lower grade timber; Use of the majority of output from the mill.


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