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Jean Mason: To know our trees is to save them

Saturday 23 May 2020 | Written by Losirene Lacanivalu | Published in Environment

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Jean Mason: To know our trees is to save them
A miro tree outside Bite Time at Punanga Nui Market. 20052217 / 20051579

Cook Islands Library and Museum curator Jean Mason is passionate about the conservation of trees. She believes that if we can identify trees, especially tupuna trees, they can be pruned to make sure they live on for hundreds of years.

Cook Islands Library and Museum curator Jean Mason is passionate about the conservation of trees. She believes that if we can identify trees, especially tupuna trees, they can be pruned to make sure they live on for hundreds of years.


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