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2022-01-14T07:41:22+11:00December 22nd, 2021|Latest News, New Forester Magazine|

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MEDIA RELEASE: Forestry Australia Conference Wrap, Jolly Medal & Prince of Wales Award

2021-12-06T20:49:48+11:00October 14th, 2021|Latest News, Media Release|

Forestry Australia Conference Wrap, Jolly Medal & Prince of Wales Award

MEDIA RELEASE
14 October 2021

After more than 50 hours of program content delivered by 150 speakers to 453 delegates, Forestry Australia (formerly IFA/AFG) has celebrated the conclusion of its biggest ever conference.

Forestry Australia CEO Jacquie Martin thanked all delegates and speakers for contributing to

MEDIA RELEASE: Forestry Australia announces new Directors, finds member satisfaction and retention higher than ever

2021-12-06T20:52:09+11:00October 13th, 2021|Media Release|


Forestry Australia announces new Directors, finds member satisfaction and retention higher than ever

MEDIA RELEASE
13 OCTOBER 2021

New Director announcements and new figures showing member satisfaction and retention are higher than ever were highlights of the Institute of Foresters of Australia’s (now trading as Forestry Australia) AGM held last night.

Forestry Australia President Bob Gordon welcomed new Directors Mick Stephens

MEDIA RELEASE: IFA/AFG welcomes paper reviewing the role of timber harvesting in the Black Summer bushfires

2021-12-07T13:22:59+11:00July 28th, 2021|Media Release|


IFA/AFG welcomes paper reviewing the role of timber harvesting in the Black Summer bushfires

MEDIA RELEASE
28 July 2021

A new paper reviewing the science behind claims that forest management and timber harvesting worsened the 2019/20 bushfires has been welcomed by the professional association representing some 1,000 scientific and professional forest land managers in Australia.

The 2019/20 fire season will be

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