A way forward for Tasmania's forests

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A way forward for Tasmania’s forests – the Tasmanian Community Forest Agreement PDF 82.1 MB
Fact Sheet Index PDF 1137 KB
Fact Sheet No 1 - Overview of the Tasmanian Community Forest Agreement​ PDF 3393 KB
Fact Sheet No 2 - Implications for jobs and industry growth PDF 1141 KB
Fact Sheet No 3 - Overview of the public land reserve outcome PDF 2268 KB
Fact Sheet No 4 - The Tarkine PDF 1146 KB
Fact Sheet No 5 - The Styx PDF 1164 KB
Fact Sheet No 6 - Enhancing biodiversity conservation PDF 1141 KB
Fact Sheet No 7 - Saving the Tasmanian devil PDF 1139 KB
Fact Sheet No 8 - Protecting forest on private land PDF 2262 KB
Fact Sheet No 9 - Mole Creek PDF 1140 KB
Fact Sheet No 10 - Permanent native forest estate: phasing out clearing and conversion of native forest PDF 1145 KB
Fact Sheet No 11 - Tourism PDF 1140 KB
Fact Sheet No 12 - River catchment water quality initiative PDF 1138 KB
Fact Sheet No 13 - Reducing reliance on clear-felling in old-growth forests PDF 1143 KB
Fact Sheet No 14 - Reducing the use of 1080 PDF 1140 KB
Fact Sheet No 15 - Ensuring resource supply of high-quality sawlogs and maintaining the future of Tasmania’s forest industry PDF 1141 KB
Fact Sheet No 16 - Communications program PDF 1139 KB
Fact Sheet No 17 - Forest industry development and revitalisation PDF 1142 KB
Fact Sheet No 18 - Assistance for country sawmills PDF 1139 KB
Fact Sheet No 19 - Skills and training in the Tasmanian forest industry PDF 1139 KB
Fact Sheet No 20 - Forest certification PDF 1140 KB
Fact Sheet No 21 - The Tasmanian softwood industry development program PDF 1140 KB
Fact Sheet No 22 - Tasmanian special species timbers and leatherwood honey resource PDF 1139 KB
Fact Sheet No 23 - Assistance for north-west hardwood and special species timber mills PDF 1137 KB
Fact Sheet No 24 - Implications of the package for private landholders PDF 1141 KB
Fact Sheet No 25 - New reserves on public land in Tasmania PDF 1722 KB

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 Further information is available on The Tasmanian Department of State Growth

 Alternatively, please contact the Australian Government Department of Agriculture and Water Resources​ at RFA.