Fire Destroys; but vigilance protects our exotic forest wealth… - (Te Ao Hou - No. 4 Autumn 1953)

Fire Destroys; but vigilance protects our exotic forest wealth… - (Te Ao Hou - No. 4 Autumn 1953)
Date
Autumn 1953
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Maori Affairs DepartmentMaori Affairs Department
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Te Ao Hou
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Our forests of pines and other exotic conifers are imflammable, but fire prevention and fire precautions can keep the risk of fire loss down to the level of an ordinary, legitimate business risk. The fire hazards are known and the protection of individual forests from fire has been developed on sound, practical lines by the Forest Service and other...

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