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2017 Forest Visit Dates

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SATURDAY 22nd  APRIL               PUTERE 10.00 am

                                                            Harvest Planning: Cricklewood, Glenlea, Oak Bridge, Quail Ridge, Sherwood, Stoney River & Woodlands Forest Partnerships.  



                                                            Chatswood & Heywood,  Eastwood & Woodside,  Portobello & Monterey, Eagle, Fairway, Fleetwood, Glen Alvon, Greens, Links, Pine Ridge, Stableford, Windsor, Young Nicks Forest Partnerships & Greenwood Forest LP. Roxburgh Forest Partnership (Meeting only).


MONDAY 24TH APRIL                  WAIROA: WAIROA YACHT CLUB 8.30 am

                                                            Castle Rock & Hunter Valley, Kingswood & Wellwood,  Dashwood & Ormsby, Crosswood & Malthouse, Ashdown, Belmont, Brentwood, Hereford, Highgate, Hyde Park, Long Ridge, Millbrook, Richmond, Turnbridge, Winchester, Windermere, Forest Partnerships and Woodleigh Forest Ltd.





SATURDAY 29th APRIL                NAPIER: Venue to be confirmed 8.30 am

                                                            Aberdeen, Arborfield,  Augusta, Castle Peak, Nottingham, Ridgemount, Romney,  Sovereign, Stone House & Totara Valley Forest Partnerships & Granity Forest Ltd.  

                                                            (visit forests in morning as usual)

                                                            Harvest Planning:  Irongate & Saddleback Forest Partnerships.

                                                            (visit forest in the afternoon)


SUNDAY 30TH APRIL                    NAPIER: Venue to be confirmed 9.00am

                                                            Harvesting: Kaheka 1, Kaheka 2, Waipapa & Haroldene Forest Partnerships.

                                                            (Kaheka’s & Waipapa visit forest in morning - Haroldene visit forest in the afternoon)


MONDAY 1st  May                       NAPIER: Venue to be confirmed 9.00am

                                                            Harvesting:  Glenview & Tangoio Forest Partnerships.

                                                            (Glenview visit forest in morning – Tangoio visit forest in the afternoon) 


TUESDAY 2nd May                        NAPIER: Venue to be confirmed 9.00am

                                                            Harvesting: Bayview & Eskdale Forest Partnerships.

                                                            (Bayview visit forest in morming - Eskdale visit forest in the afternoon)    




FRIDAY 12TH MAY                         WANGANUI: ASHLEY PARK  10.00am

                                                            Harvesting: Maxwell & Waikare Forest Partnerships.

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