May 25 - 26: 3rd UK Biochar Conference
After the two previous successful events in April 2009 and 2010 that drew together a diverse audience of more than 100 biochar researchers and practitioners, the third conference will take place in the historical settings of the city of Edinbur
FORESTRY TASMANIA staff were prevented from going to as a group of extremists laid siege to FT Hobart headquarters. It was the latest in a series of protests by the renegade group, Huon Valley Environment Centre, throughout the state.
This event will be the premier stage for the active promotion of discussion around the challenge of housing the growing
populations of Australia’s capital cities.
It is vital to ensure there are plans and strategies in place that allow Australia’s capital cities to meet the new home
A month past the deadline Gunns set itself for an agreement on the sale of forestry land in the Green Triangle on the South Australia-Victoria border, it remains optimistic of finalising the auction by the end of June.
Research by the Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Forestry shows many Australian farmers are interested in planting trees for the purpose of carbon sequestration, but won’t invest in this activity until they are confident a stable market with reasonable return is in place.
Japanese importation of logs, lumber and plywood in 2011 is likely to be the highest it has been since 2008 because of post-earthquake and tsunami re-building, reports the WRQ. Japan is in urgent need of pre-fabricated houses and manufactured wood products in the aftermath of the eart
At the forestry fair SkogsElmia forest owners, entrepreneurs, forest officials and machine & service suppliers meet during a few intense, but entertaining days to share opinions and try out news, prepare investment decisions and make interesting connections. SkogsElmia will of co