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CRC for Forestry News - issue one (December 2007)

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Issue one - December 2007 e-newsletter
CRC for Forestry News - science for sustainable forest landscapes

Christmas greetings from the CRC for Forestry

Wishing you a happy and relaxing Christmas following an eventful and exciting year for the CRC and our partners. Welcome to the December 2007 issue of CRC for Forestry News, by CEO Professor Gordon Duff...

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Harvest planning workshops a big success

WA harvest planning workshop group3 In its first major series of hands-on and face-to-face activities since Programme Leader Mark Brown joined the team, the Harvesting and Operations Programme and guest international instructors have just concluded a successful series of practical workshops in Tasmania, Western Australia and South Australia

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Research news

Read the latest research news from the four programmes of the CRC for Forestry, including updates on scientific progress, member profiles, people, news and current events...

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Communications strategy, new website and report library

The CRC for Forestry's new website is designed to be easier to navigate, more engaging and fully searchable, and includes a comprehensive library of technical reports. The communications strategy is online and open for comment

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New National Forestry Masters Programme

CRC industry partners and others wishing to upskill will have the opportunity to study forestry by coursework in 2008 with the new National Forestry Masters Programme… 

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Old Forests New Management conference

“Old Forests, New Management” is an international scientific conference about the conservation and use of old-growth forests in the 21st century, co-hosted by the CRC for Forestry and contributing to the Biodiversity Project. 161 abstracts and papers have been submitted so far covering the six themes of the conference…

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Christmas gift idea

eucaflipThe CRC and the University of Tasmania have published an all-weather Tasmanian eucalypt field identification kit for bushwalkers.

With copies distributed as part of an education kit for students to at least 65 high schools, district schools and colleges, it has been so popular that the map-sized reference is now in its second print run.

Copies are available for the recommended retail price of $9.95 from the Tasmanian Map Centre, Dismal Swamp, Mt Field National Park Visitor Centre, Freycinet National Park and the Queen Victoria Museum, or contact the School of Plant Science, University of Tasmania.

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