A BRAND new photographic competition designed to showcase Tasmania’s state forests has been launched by Forestry Tasmania. The inaugural Moods of the Forest photographic competition, organised by Forestry Tasmania’s Adventure Forests tourism sites, will encourage Tasmanians to experie
THE AUSTRALIAN Forest Contractors’ Association of Australia (AFCA) and the Institute of Foresters of Australia (IFA) will be collaborating to ensure the success of the AUSTimber 2012 ‘Precision Forestry’ conference. This will be the first time the organisations have worked together, w
THE CONCEPT is simple. The feedback and input to the design of the new wood technology show and expo from across Australasia has been outstanding. Wood Manufacturing 2010 has been set up by the Forest Industry Engineering Association (FIEA) to cover all wood processing and manufactur
Leading private forest management company SFM Forest Products (SFM) has received certification for Sustainable Forest Management (AS-4708) under the Australian Forest Certification Scheme (AFS). This means SFM is able to offer cost-effective certification of private forests to landown
By Barry Chipman
Last week there was the launch of the Australian first achievement of FSC certification for natural forest by Peter & Ann Downie for their Central Highlands property Lagoon of Islands. TCA welcomes this great achievement as it provides a big conf
Forests NSW has reached world industry safety standards with only one reportable incident in the last financial year in its Central Region, regional manager Kathy Jones said. The region extends from Morisset to Kempsey on the North Coast.
THE WINDS of change are blowing … politically and industry-wise.
The newly-appointed Prime Minister Julia Gillard wants to take her credentials to the people and let them decide if she is THE candidate for the job. She’s no stranger to making her presence felt and, with reasoned and