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Trees in the landscape

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Program Manager: Professor Brad Potts

This research program focused on developing forestry practices to meet agreed environmental certification requirements and foster constructive community engagement.

Such practices help provide for the forest industr­y's long-term 'licence-to-operate' in the Australian landscape, and build international recognition of sustainable forest practices for product marketing.

Research Program Four comprised these research areas:

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Documents

Technical Report 181 - Dare et al (2008)
A best practice community engagement guide for managers and field staff in the plantation sector. This brief guide was followed by a detailed guide in 2011. Dare L, Schirmer J, Vanclay F (2008) A brief guide to effective community engagement in the Australian plantation sector. Technical Report 181. 12 pp. [pdf 260.0 kb]


013. South Australian bluegums thousands of years old
Media release 25 April 2008 [pdf 42.6 kb]


Tasmanian forest industry survey 2005-06 summary report (June 2008)
[pdf 5.3 Mb]


Technical Report 178 - Smethurst PJ (2008)
The regulatory framework governing commercial plantations in stream-side buffers of cleared agricultural land (also called riparian forestry) is summarised for each Australian state and territory, along with their mechanisms of revision. [pdf 849.0 kb]


Technical Report 184 - Schirmer J (2008) Tasmanian forest industry survey
[pdf 1.7 Mb]


Tasmanian Forest Industry Survey presentation by Dr Jacki Schirmer
[pdf 89.2 kb]


014. Tasmanian forest industry survey media release
Media release 26 June 2008 [pdf 38.8 kb]


Technical Report 177 (for TCFA) - Wiggins et al (2008)
Do all possums show the same aversions for genetically resistant seedling stock? Tasmanian Community Forest Agreement report (TCFA: Research into Alternatives to 1080 Programme). By NL Wiggins, JM O’Reilly-Wapstra, SM Paterson, BM Potts. [pdf 275.5 kb]


010. New report documents community views on living with land use change
Media release 5 March 2008 [pdf 63.6 kb]