The perfect shelter

Jones, Ken; Cullen, Neil
February 2008
New Zealand Tree Grower;Feb2008, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p4
The article features the Hillend massif in South Otago, New Zealand. During the 18th century, it was the scene of a massacre among the Maori peoples in the days of European settlement. It now features large estates of Greenfield and Clydevale. Hillend is well known for successful stock farming in the area. Nestled in the area is Allan Roulston's farm. They provide a mixture of golden cedars and poplar, alders and libernum, eucalypts and evergreen willows, among others. There are also red beech planted with a nurse crop of sycamores.


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