Forestry protesters are believed responsible for “an act of sabotage” on two excavators in the East Gippsland area that resulted in thousands of dollars worth of damage and the realisation that someone could have been killed.
The latest in bushfire detection cameras are being trialled in parts of New South Wales and Victoria. The technology has been developed by the German Aerospace Centre and is able to tell the difference between smoke and dust even at night.
Forest products companies, logistics specialists and researchers have been working closely with FIEA to design a practical technology program, Wood Supply Chain Optimisation 2010. It will be profiling new tools along with successful strategies that have been adopted to improve plannin
Many country people are involved in both timber and farming communities. What farming and timber communities have in common, is an ongoing struggle with government and the broader community, to be able to make a living from the land in an environmentally and economically sustainable m
VicForests has successfully achieved re-certification to the Australian Forestry Standard. The Australian Forest Certification Scheme is recognised internationally by the Program for the Endorsement of Forest Certification Scheme (PEFC) – the world’s largest forest certification organ
The 2010 ATTA/ForestWorks/FIAPS workshop will be held in Hobart from 26-29 July. Like last year, the workshop program for 2010 has been combined with the ForestWorks and FIAPS annual conference so attendees will be able to get the most out of their time away from normal work schedules