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History of the Cape Peninsula forests after 1795

Juba1990
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History of the Cape Peninsula forests after 1795

Unread post by Juba1990 » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:56 pm

Good day

I am busy with research regarding the history of the Cape Peninsula forests. I came across books which give a detailed histoty summary of the forests, but only until 1795.

Can anyone please provide me with info regarding the history after 1795?

Info could include:

1. Who owned the forests?
2. What was the policy regarding the protection and cutting of trees?
3. When was the Table Mountain NP established? This is important as this NP protects the Orangekloof, Newlands and Kirstenbosch forests.

Any help will be appreciated

Kind regards

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Re: History of the Cape Peninsula forests after 1795

Unread post by Elsa » Wed Nov 22, 2017 3:02 pm

Warm welcome to the forum Juba,
sure there will be other info available but as for your question #3 youshould find some uselfu info in the Here


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