This is perfect for printing into a "trifold" leaflet.
Make sure when you print, set your printer to "print on both sides of paper" and select "flip on short edge" - this will mean you get the trifold effect on the end result.
The images are indicative of what the brochure looks like, but downloading the brochure will give you better quality when printing.
Pines, firs and larches grow well in New Zealand’s High Country but can also infest the surrounding land with self-seeded unwanted wilding trees. It's best to plan your farm or landscape plantings carefully and check with your regional council about the best species for your place.
You can also download this guide to trees with a lower risk of spreading wilding seeds into the high country.
This guide suggests species of trees to plant for things such as shelterbelts instead of species of conifers, so wilding spread can be reduced.
It is a reference guide and we suggest speaking to your local regional council or local nurseries to determine which trees are most suitable for your area.
There is also a QR code to connect to Fire and Emergency New Zealand's website for information on how to protect your property from wildfires.
Take a look at our lesson plan and activities for students and educators on the effects of wilding pines on our unique landscapes.