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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
Research Program Four comprised these research areas:
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 oldMedia 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 releaseMedia 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 changeMedia release 5 March 2008 [pdf 63.6 kb]
Dr Jacki Schirmer on ABC Local Radio Hobart 27 June 2008http://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/news/audio/news-audio/200806/20080627-news-forestry.mp3Communities Project Leader Dr Jacki Schirmer discusses results from the Tasmanian Forest Industry Survey on The Morning Show with Tim Cox, 936 ABC Hobart, 27 June 2008.
014. Study investigates changing land use in the northern New South Waleshttp://www.scu.edu.au/news/media.php?item_id=1096&action=show_item&type=MMedia release 23 April 2008
Old Forests New Management conferencehttp://www.oldforests.com.auConservation and use of old-growth forests in the 21st century - an international scientific conference held in Hobart from 17 to 21 February 2008. Hosted by the CRC for Forestry, Forestry Tasmania and the International Union of Forest Research Organisations
Bush Telegraph - ancient bluegumshttp://mpegmedia.abc.net.au/rn/podcast/current/audioonly/bth_20080505.mp3CRC for Forestry PhD student Rebecca Jones from the University of Tasmania's School of Plant Science featured on Radio National's Bush Telegraph on Monday 5 May 2008. Follow this link to download the full programme (featuring Rebecca at approx. 30 minutes).
012. Australian Geographic supports endangered Tasmanian owl researchhttp://www.utas.edu.au/events/Media%20Releases/2008/masked_owl.pdfMedia release 21 April 2008
Old Forests, New Management conference media releases February 2008http://www.cdesign.com.au/oldforests2008/pages/media.htm
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