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Publications

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Sustainabililty Charter
The sustainability charter is a forest management plan that reflects FT’s role as stewards of the forest. The document  guides FT’s decision making over the next ten years, and outlines how our commitment to sustainable forest management and protection of the environment will be balanced with responsible economic and social outcomes.


Forestry Tasmania Annual Reports

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Stewardship Report 2011

Appendix 1 - 2011 Financial Statements
Appendix 2 - 2011 Sustainable Forest Management Data Tables
Division of Forest Research & Development 2011 Annual Report

 

previous annual reports below

Stewardship Report 2010
Appendix 1 - 2010 Financial Statements
Appendix 2 - 2010 Sustainable Forest Management Data Tables
Division of Forest Research & Development 2010 Annual Report

Stewardship Report 2009
Appendix 1 - 2009 Financial Statements
Appendix 2 - Sustainable Forest Management Data Tables
Division of Forest Research & Development 2009 Annual Report

Stewards of the Forest 2008

Forestry Tasmania Annual Report 2007/08
Division of Forest Research & Development 2008 Annual Report


Stewards of the Forest 2007

Forestry Tasmania Annual Report 2006/07

Division of Forest Research & Development 2007 Annual Report

 

Sustainable Forest Management
Sustainable Forest Management Report 2007/08 [3,393kb PDF

previous SFM reports
Sustainable Forest Management Report 2006/07 [10,393kb PDF]

other SFM reports
Sustainable High Quality Eucalypt Sawlog Supply from Tasmanian State Forest - review 3
[3,079kb PDF file]

 

Application Forms
Organised events on State forest application form [34kb PDF]
 

Other reports and publications

Draft Memorandum of Understanding with the Aboriginal community 2012 (PDF)
THE CRITICAL DECADE - Tasmanian impacts and opportunities
Technical Reports
- reports prepared by Forestry Tasmania.
Conservation Agreement 13-01-12 (272kb PDF)
Forest Reserve listing (appendix 5 extract  from Sustainability Charter)
TCFA Research into Alternatives to Clearfelling in Old Growth Forests (423kb PDF)
Forestry Innovation Plan 2011 (4,798kb PDF)
Tasmania's wood products, tomorrows global markets.
Impacts of smoke from regeneration burning on air quality in the Huon Valley, Tasmania (3,159kb PDF)
Tasmanian Forest Heads of Agreement 2011 (24kb PDF)
EMRS Forestry Tasmania Image and Branding Research Report June 2011 (417kb PDF)
NCIS Public Summary Report 2011 for Forestry Tasmania
(PDF]
Statement of Principles 2010
[1,36 kb Powerpoint Presentation as PDF file]
Financial Statements 2010 [2,744 kb PDF]
2010 Financial Results and Outlook [424kb PDF from powerpoint]
Biomass Fact Sheet 2010 [830kb PDF ]
NCIS Public Summary Report 2010 for Forestry Tasmania (PDF]
Special Timbers Strategy [8,784kb PDF]
Keeping It Clean - Tasmanian field manual to prevent the spread of freshwater pests and pathogens [4532kb PDF] Original source from the NRM SOUTH website - www.nrmsouth.org.au ]
EMRS 2010 - Forestry Tasmania Image and Branding Research Report 2010 [323kb PDF]
EMRS 2009 - Forestry Tasmania Image and Branding Research Report 2009 [213kb PDF]
AFS Public Summary Report 2009 [1,229kb PDF]
Summary - Review of the Tasmanian woodcraft sector for the Woodcraft Guild of Tasmania Inc & Forestry Tasmania [728kb PDF]
Full Report - Review of the Tasmanian woodcraft sector for the Woodcraft Guild of Tasmania Inc & Forestry Tasmania [2,057kb PDF]
Sustainable High Quality Eucalypt Sawlog Supply from Tasmanian State Forest - review 3 [3,079kb PDF file]
A History of Innovation
A History of Innovation: Eighty-five Years of Research and Development at Forestry Tasmania has been compiled by Humphrey Elliott, Ken Felton, Jean Jarman and Martin Stone and covers the period from 1921 to 2006.
A New Silviculture for Tasmania's Public Forests
Variable Retention is being implemented as the main alternative to clearfelling, and this program has been fully reviewed in 'A new silviculture for Tasmania's public forests'
Tassie's Trees
Brief descriptive notes and line drawings covering 16 of the better-known Tasmanian natives
Alternatives to clearfell silviculture in Tasmania's public oldgrowth forests
Alternatives to clearfelling
A newsletter from Forestry Tasmania's Division of Research and Development
New silviculture for oldgrowth forests
(April 2005) An 8 page summary brochure
Towards a new silviculture in Tasmania's public oldgrowth forests
(April 2005) Final Advice to the Tasmanian Government
State of the Forests
A five-yearly report about the state of Australia's public and private forests

AGREEMENTS
Forestry Tasmania's contractors agreement Version 1.4
Wine Industry-Forestry Protocol Agreement 2010 (3,077 kb PDF)

Regional Forest Agreement
The Regional Forest Agreement (RFA) is a long-term agreement that ensures the sustainable management of Tasmania's forests.

Circular Head Region
the Derwent Valley
the East Coast
North-Eastern Forests
Mersey Region
the Southern Forests
the West Coast

 

Native Forest Technical Bulletins

  1. Eucalypt Seed and Sowing
  2. Eucalyptus delegatensis Forests
  3. Lowland Dry Eucalypt Forests
  4. High Altitude E. dalrympleana and E. pauciflora Forests
  5. Silvicultural Systems
  6. Regeneration Surveys and Stocking Standards
  7. Remedial Treatments
  8. Lowland Wet Eucalypt Forests
  9. Rainforest Silviculture
  10. Blackwood
  11. Silvicultural Use and Effects of Fire
  12. Monitoring and Protecting Eucalypt Regeneration
  13. Thinning Regrowth Eucalypts

To purchase Native Forest Technical Bulletins click here

 

Pages

A History of Innovation

 

Eighty-five Years of Research and Development at Forestry Tasmania has been compiled by Humphrey Elliott, Ken Felton, Jean Jarman and Martin Stone and covers the period from 1921 to 2006. 

The book shows the operational and strategic impact science has had on forestry and will be a valuable resource for Forestry Tasmania staff and anyone with an interest in silviculture.

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