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Steam hauler returns to Maydena

DATE: 28/10/2011

Maydena’s identity as a heritage timber community has been enhanced by the addition of an authentic 1928 steam hauler, officially opened today.

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Stewardship Report looks to the future

DATE: 27/10/2011

The 2010/11 Stewardship Report, which was tabled in Parliament, is a forthright appraisal of our operations during 2010/11

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Relief on the way

DATE: 18/10/2011


Last week the Tasmanian Government announced that it had taken action to avert the forest industry choking on a stockpile of logs caused principally by the shut down of the Triabunna woodchip mill seven months ago.

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Eagles Eyrie - Shannon's Blog

DATE: 18/10/2011

Today’s adventure is up at Maydena, a scenic drive north-west of Hobart, just a short distance past New Norfolk. It is a beautiful location, bordering Tasmania’s prestigious South West World Heritage Wilderness.

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Forest contractors rewarded for improved safety

DATE: 12/10/2011

Forestry Tasmania has recognised the continued improvement in the on-the-job safety records of its harvesting contractors.

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Appreciative crowd turns up for wood show

DATE: 11/10/2011

The North West Woodcraft Guild’s annual show attracted small but appreciative crowds to the Ulverstone Rowing Club hall.

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Bushfire in Australian History

DATE: 10/10/2011

Professor Griffith, Australian National University, is a most distinguished historian, especially in relation to environmental issues. All are invited to this free lecture.

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Oldina Forest Reserve - Shannon's Blog

DATE: 06/10/2011

Oldina Forest Reserve is located just past Wynyard along the Bass Highway. Take the turnoff onto Oldina Road, and just 4km up you will reach this lovely reserve. This to me looks like a great spot for a family get together or just somewhere to get away from a busy week at work and relax alongside Blackfish Creek.

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German students enhance studies

DATE: 06/10/2011

GERMAN students Janine Cox and Patrick Dietrich will enhance their studies through an internship at Forestry Tasmania.
Janine is studying a bachelor of science in international forest eco system management and after graduating wants to specialise in pest management.

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