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A good lunchtime vid about reforesting a tract in New Zealand

 
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That was nice. A great way to recharge after a long hot day.
 
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There's an example of: 'Think Globally, Act Locally'. He should be on the Queens Honours List for the work done to restore marginal land and it being used as a case study for others.


 
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He's certainly getting talked about. My son's class was on a nearby farm today helping to plant several thousand native trees along a stream, and the principal was telling one of the teachers about how gorse is a great nurse plant. He even  mentioned Hugh in passing.
 
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Phil Stevens wrote:He's certainly getting talked about. My son's class was on a nearby farm today helping to plant several thousand native trees along a stream, and the principal was telling one of the teachers about how gorse is a great nurse plant. He even  mentioned Hugh in passing.



It is a small world, isn't it?    Very cool that your son got to help plant natives and that they recognize Gorse isn't the devil.
 
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