THERE IS still a opportunity to register for this important conference, as the last 12 months have proven to be particularly challenging for families and communities dependent upon the forest and timber industries and we are not ‘out of the woods’ yet.
Working closely with the growers group, Save My Trees, Black Tree and Primary Securities said that a growers meeting had been called for 8th October to vote on a proposal that aims to both restore and retain growers’ assets in the Great Southern Plantations Project 2007 and Great Sout
Tasmanian forest contractors have recently reaffirmed their support for an orderly restructure and transition of the Tasmanian hardwood industry. Contractors recognise the need for, and support a profitable internationally competitive pulp mill as being a critical part of that restruc
“I felt really privileged to be in the room. The speakers were inspirational and the topics they covered are so important.” This was how Rolph Crystal, from Architects of Arcadia, described the Sydney forum of WoodSolutions 2010.
Tasmanian Senator Richard Colbeck has been reappointed to the role of Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Forestry. In this role, Senator Colbeck will be the chief spokesperson for the Coalition on all forest and forest product sector matters