JOHN WITHEROW, newly inaugurated Life Member in the Contractors Hall of Fame, recalled an old mate and sparring partner when he told a newly appointed chief executive of a major timber mill that he’d rather die on his feet than on his knees. That was in response to the timber mill CEO
THE UNIVERSITY of Melbourne’s Department of Forest and Ecosystem Science is hosting the celebration of 100 years of Forestry education in Australia. The Future of Forestry and Forest Science Conference offers past and present students, scientists, researchers, forestry and environment
Export of wood chips from Australia is on the rebound, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. After last year’s 10-year low, shipments so far in 2010 are up 38% for pine chips and 12% for eucalyptus chips. In addition, an estimated 100,000 tons of wood pellets will be shipped to Europe
The Tasmanian Forest Contractors Association is astounded at the credence that uninformed comment has been granted in the comments about the forthcoming export of low grade pine logs from northern and north-western Tasmania.
The National Association of Forest Industries (NAFI) CEO, Allan Hansard, has released a statement on behalf of NAFI and confirmed that in any discussions about the future of Tasmania’s forest industries they will work to ensure the views of all sectors of the forest industry in Tasman
The National Association of Forest Industries (NAFI) is concerned over recent media announcements by the Greens that reconfirms their approach to forest policy is outdated and lacks economic, social and environmental responsibility.