Neil Barr (in grey jacket, centre), the founding president of the New Zealand Farm Forestry Association, addresses a group of farm foresters in a Northland plantation of Sydney blue gum (Eucalyptus saligna) in 1971. Barr was the driving force behind the association for decades, and remained an enthusiast right up until his death in 1996.
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