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Australian Forestry

The IFA has published the peer-reviewed journal Australian Forestry since 1936. Australian Forestry is compiled and edited by the IFA and produced and distributed by Taylor & Francis on behalf of the IFA. You can visit the journal home page on Taylor & Francis Online at www.tandfonline.com/TFOR where you can find the latest papers, digital copies of all...

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Submissions for Australian Forestry

Submissions for Australian Forestry Submissions to the journal are invited covering any aspect of forest science and forest management that meets the following scope. Correspondence should be addressed to the Managing Editor, Dr Colin Matheson: colin.matheson@csiro.au Aims and scope Australian Forestry publishes new and significant scientific and technical papers, topic reviews, suitably...

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IFA Policy Statements

The following policy statements are the consensus view of Australian professional foresters on traditional and contemporary forestry matters. They are free of the beliefs and convictions of either political parties or industrial lobby groups. Although all members have had opportunity to contribute to the finalisation of these policies, the statements do not necessarily reflect the view of all members. These...

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IFA Submissions

2016 submissions March Waroona Bushfire Special Inquiry 2014 submissions November IFA letter to Hon Jacinta Allan re Victorian National park proposal September IFA NSW Division submission to Independent Biodiversity Legislation Review Panel August IFA submission on draft report on Active and Adaptive Cypress Management recommendations IFA submission on draft performance standard for...

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Australian Forest Valuation Standard

The Australian Forest Valuation Standard provides guidance for forest valuers in conducting a valuation. The standard and an accompanying handbook are available for downloading below. A standard for valuing commercial forests in Australia - Version 2.1 Handbook to accompany “An Australian Standard for Valuing Commercial Forests" - Version 2 Note: The handbook has been formatted to print as a single-sided...

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Myanmar Foresters

Between 1958 and 1994 a number of students travelled from Myanmar to Canberra to study forestry.  You can find more about the time and the people by reading this small publication - Myanmar Foresters in Australia - by Kim Wells and Aung Kyaw Myint. You may also like to read a short article 'Golden Myanmar' written after a reception in Yangon attended by 14 of these foresters....

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Publishing and Advertising

The IFA currently distributes three different types of publications to its members: The Forester online newsletter Australian Forestry peer-reviewed journal Weekly e-mail bulletin. Since the beginning of 2014 The Forester magazine is published online on the IFA website every second month. The Forester magazine is best suited to articles about people and...

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IFA Publications

The IFA supports three regular publications

In addition the IFA makes freely available other occasional publications including IFA Policy Statements, media releases and submissions.