How our planning protects important forest values
How we provide beautiful, natural and renewable timber
How we regrow our forests after harvesting
How we're part of local communities
In most cases, VicForests will make contact with those who have provided comment to further discuss their input.
In conjunction with comments received during the pre-evaluation audit, all submissions made will be considered when developing the next draft of the plan. The subsequent draft will be available for further comment once it has been completed.
Some environmental groups have yet to engage as they wish to negotiate terms for consultation. VicForests will make every reasonable effort to engage with all groups who have an interest in the organisation.
A large part of VicForests' operations is committed to regrowing the forests after...
The Forestry industry plays an important part in regional communities, as do...
The timber industry in Victoria plays an important role in fighting bushfires in our State forests...
VicForests 2012-13 Annual Report, shows a significant improvement in the organisation’s financial position, recording an after tax profit of more than $800,000. More
Harvest levels and Leadbeater's Possum: Following VicForests' recent announcement that it plans to reduce timber harvesting in Victoria’s Ash forests, there has been ongoing concern expressed about the future of the Leadbeater's Possum. We felt it was important to share with the community our perspective on this complex issue through an opinion piece on The Age website
VicForests welcomes new Leadbeater's Possum Advisory Group. The initiative which has been announced by the Minister for Environment and Climate Change, is aimed at assisting the long-term survival of the species. (Read The Age article here).
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