Wednesday 15 June
Tasmania’s carbon negative is due to forestry, not its absence
The peak national organisation representing forest scientists and professionals has refuted claims that native forest harvesting in Tasmania has impacted negatively on the climate*.
Forestry Australia President Bob Gordon said on the contrary, the carbon sequestering …
MEDIA RELEASE: Leading, adapting and reimagining, the future of forestry – Forestry Australia’s 2022 Symposium launched
Monday 30 May
Leading, adapting and reimagining, the future of forestry – Forestry Australia’s 2022 Symposium launched
Thursday 26 May 2022
New project to TRIGger more tree plantings on Victorian farms on way to net zero
Monday 23 May 2022
Forestry Australia happy and growing
Forestry Australia has released results of its latest member audit, which show a happy and growing membership base.
The organisation has experienced an unprecedented 19 per cent increase in membership since 2020, with member satisfaction also significantly increasing.
86.75% of members …
Monday 23 May 2022
Forestry Australia welcomes Mark Brown to Board
Forestry Australia has welcomed Prof. Mark Brown to its Board in a casual vacancy position.
Professor of Forestry Operations at University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), Prof. Brown brings nearly 25 years’ experience in applied forestry and biomass …
Friday 20 May
Importing coal to replace jarrah a poor outcome for WA
Forestry Australia has said reports that coal may have to be imported to produce high-grade silicon in Western Australia* cast further doubt over the decision to end native timber harvesting in the state.
Forestry Australia Vice …
Tuesday 10 May 2022
WA Forestry Minister’s timber yield claims refuted
Forestry Australia’s Western Australian Branch has refuted claims made by Minister for Forests Dave Kelly who suggested timber yields in WA’s forests are declining, that the state’s forests are no longer productive, and that the decision by …