From logging history to legacy

Mclean, Vivienne
November 2008
New Zealand Tree Grower;Nov2008, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p38
The article features Jim and Coralie Davies, forest farm owners from New Zealand. The couple was the recipient of the 2007 Husqvarna North Island Farm Foresters of the Year award. Brief information on the historical background of the couple on the logging business. It describes the farm forestry model applied by the couple in their property. Although Jim has worked happily with a number of log buyers in 2008, Rayonier New Zealand has been harvesting his trees for the last three years, having bought 90 hectares standing.


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