Ingredients of a successful field day

May 2007
New Zealand Tree Grower;May2007, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p36
The article offers pieces of advice on how to ensure a successful field day for New Zealand farm foresters. These include focusing on an issue that is timely and pertinent to many woodlot owners, a varied and organized program that is run on time, an effective promotion scheme in order to attract a good-sized audience and offering lots of good food. The article also advises organizers to invite a group of relevant and high profile speakers such as Jock Darragh of Wellington Principal Rural Fire, John Rasmussen of National Rural Fire Authority, Don McGuire of Kapiti Coast District Principal Rural Fire and Colin Strickland of the Te Horo Rural Fire Brigade.


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