The current edition of Australian Forests & Timber News brings you the latest in what is happening in the industry. Just a few of the topics covered are:
* Forestry is the only carbon-positive sector
* It's a first (superb new Tried & Tested segment)
* Government support
SUPPLIERS TO Australia’s pulp and paper industry will be out in force at Asia-Pacific’s only dedicated bulk and powder handling exhibition. The event, which is expected to attract 2,500 attendees from a variety of industries will be held at Brisbane’s Convention and Exhibition Centre
UNFAIR CONTRACTUAL conditions such as no minimum quotas are taking their toll on an already depressed forest contracting workforce, according to Ferdie Kroon, Tasmanian Forest Contractors Association (TCFA) chief executive officer.
FIFTEEN YEARS of research by scientists across Australia has significantly improved the opportunities for farmers and catchment managers to make farm forestry a profitable and productive component of their business.
Andrew Lang's special report on Elmia highlights the focus on machinery development bringing down the cost of harvesting and extracting thinnings by 30% per m3 extracted. This, among other major points, is a not-to-be-missed article in the latest edition of Australian Forests & T
A BIANNUAL study jointly prepared by International Wood Markets Group out of Canada with input from PricewaterhouseCoopers and the Beck Group, has just released the Global Lumber/Sawn Wood Cost Benchmarking Report. From sawmilling cost data collected from mills in more than 29 countr
TASMANIAN BOTANIST Professor Brad Potts has been awarded the 2008 Clarke Medal for his cutting edge research on the evolutionary biology and breeding of eucalypts. The Clarke Medal has been awarded by the Royal Society of New South Wales since 1878 for distinguished research in natura
Australian Football League (AFL) players, legends and Toyota ambassadors James Hird, Jonathan Brown, Luke Hodge, Matt Maguire and Brian Taylor are swapping footy talk for tree talk in support of Toyota’s tenth year of involvement in Planet Ark’s National Tree Day this year.