Erewhon to Mount Arrowsmith

Millett, John
August 2006
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2006, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p33
The article reports on the field trip of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association members to Erewhon and Mount Arrowsmith. The number of homesteads at an altitude of above 600 metres in New Zealand is noted. The outline of the landscape in the region is presented. It describes Lake Heron as a wildlife refuge. Mike Clare, manager of High Country tenure reviews for the Department of Conservation explained the tenure review process. It discusses non-compulsory exchange of rights. It provides information on the High Country landscape.


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