Active Management of Native Forests
About the Lecturer
Michael is a forest scientist with areas of specialty in forest silviculture and increasingly the implications of forest management on biodiversity conservation where he spends much of his nocturnal hours assessing for wildlife.
Michael is also a fire behaviour analyst in his emergency service role where he undertakes fire spread predictions in his emergency response role.
2.2 Active Management of Native Forests
In this lecture:
- Active management of forests for food, firewood, building materials, fibre and medicines
- Improving forest health
- Water management
- Bushfire damage mitigation
- What do we want our forested landscapes to look like?.