New and improved Indigena

Wardle, John
August 2005
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2005, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p17
This article focuses on the changes in the Indigenous Forest Section of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association (NZFFA) newsletter as of August 2005. The newsletter was upgraded to a small journal which is now approximately 30 pages of A4, with colour on the front and back cover. It is the intention that between two and four issues will be produced each year depending on the degree of sponsorship that can be attracted. The articles are designed to interest the members of the NZFFA who have areas of native forest which they wish to manage for conservation, biodiversity enhancement or sustainable production. The articles are also for those who would like to restore degraded native bush or to establish native trees or plantations on their land.


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