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Australian Forest Growers State Policy Priorities - Tasmania
Unwin, GL (2010) Australian Forest Growers State Policy Priorities - Tasmania. Other. Australian Forest Growers, Canberra.
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Australian Forest Growers (AFG) is the national association representing around 1200 private forest growers from 24 regional branches across Australia's forest growing regions. AFG's members include farm plantation growers, private native forest managers and pJivate commercial plautation companies predominantly focused on timber products. Founded in 1969, AFG has for over forty years, advocated responsible establishment and management of forests on private land providing the multiple outcomes that the community increasingly demands. The growing of commercial plantations and sustainable active management of private native forests by our members has been delivering improved landscape health outcomes for decades a well as complementing existing productive agricultural land use practices.
|Item Type:||Report (Other)|
|Journal or Publication Title:||Australian Forest Grower|
|Publisher:||Australian Forest Growers|
|Page Range:||pp. 1-8|
|Date Deposited:||29 Aug 2011 02:21|
|Last Modified:||18 Nov 2014 04:21|
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