Mid Northland field days

Wilson, Peter; Coxe, Ingleby
November 2004
New Zealand Tree Grower;Nov2004, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p41
Narrates experiences on two field day trips in Mid Northland, New Zealand. Information on the collection of old forestry chainsaws by Paul Leonard, a tree felling and chainsaw milling contractor; Background of the farm and forestry activities of couple Bob and Beth Moscrip.


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