Combined Action Group weekend a great educational choice

Brown, Ian; Satchell, Dean
February 2010
New Zealand Tree Grower;Feb2010, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p41
The article focuses on the highlights of the Combined Action Group weekend in New Zealand hosted by the Hawkes Bay group in October 2009. It notes that the field day centered mainly on eucalypts and redwood. They visited the property of Ben McNeil, a 240 hectare farm near the coast at Waimaramara. Information about the Tangoia Soil Conservation Reserve which they also visited is provided.


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