Vahry, Peter
April 2008
NZ 4WD;Apr2008, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p60
The author comments on the role that four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicle owners in New Zealand may play in efforts to increase the rate of regeneration of trees that were logged in the past years. He states that 4WD drivers could collect seed from remnants of the original forest, propagate and replant. He discusses a conservation project for the Maratoto 4x4 trail on the Coromandel.


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