Karamea Forest Service ranger, Norm Stopforth

Karamea Forest Service ranger, Norm Stopforth

View of native forest in the Oparara Valley north of Karamea in the aftermath of a napalm-like substance burning the area. Frames one to five are of the Karamea Forest Service ranger, Norm Stopforth amongst the burnt area with the first seedling to be planted since the event.
Appeared with: [Frame 2] ' Weekender The Scorched Earth', The Christchurch Star, Saturday, 8 August 1981, p.5. Norm Stopforth, Karamea's Forest Service ranger cups a newly planted radiata seedling - the first of the exotic forest planted in the Oparara.
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