A small forest owner's story Lessons learned and mistakes made

Holmes, Chester
November 2006
New Zealand Tree Grower;Nov2006, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p35
The author recounts his experience creating a forest farm in Wellington, New Zealand. It was during his trip to New Zealand in 1989 that he decided to create his own forest farm. He joined the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association and tool the Open Polytechnic course on farm forestry. Although encountered a number of problems with his forest farm, he continued plant new trees in the area.


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