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
NORTHERN United Forestry Group (NUFG) - a not-for-profit community group with a focus on growing trees for sawlogs and firewood - will host the South Eastern Australia 2011 Farm Forestry and Firewood Expo at the City of Greater Bendigo's 242 hectare Huntly plantation, 15km north of Be
ANZIF 2011 (the joint conference of the Institute of Foresters of Australia (IFA) and New Zealand Institute of Forestry) is being held at Sky City, Auckland, from 2-5 May. The theme for the event is 'Pacific Forestry'.
Japan is in urgent need of pre-fabricated houses and manufactured wood products in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami that hit the country in early March. Longer term, it can be expected that imports of commodity products such as plywood, lumber and logs will increase to this