Diverse species field day 15-16 November

Millen, Paul
August 2008
New Zealand Tree Grower;Aug2008, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p36
The article offers information on a draft field day programme for the diverse species field day to be organised by David Dillon, Ian Nicholas, Murray Turbitt, and Paul Millen in Marlborough, New Zealand on November 15 and 16, 2008. The registration would start at Tai Tane Forest. Participants would have a three hour slow walk around the property to look at the range of diverse species the organisers have been growing. After lunch, there will be a discussion on setting up for portable sawmilling. attendees can also look at the timber properties of species that have been sawn by the organisers.


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