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300 problem wild dogs removed from Upper Hunter hotspots in three years
NSW Government keeps $1.2 million forestry scoping study secret
Freight flights boost for Australian exporters
Support for Canada’s Forest Sector Economic Recovery
Climate Solutions Fund support for forestry jobs
Critical communications component made on a flexible wooden film
$4 million helping hand as fishers reel from COVID impact
Towards innovative, conflict-sensitive and human rights-based approaches to forest monitoring
Primary industries drive COVID recovery
1BT projects help grow Tairāwhiti
Government backs investment in wood
Hundreds already employed in jobs for nature
Bedrock type under forests greatly affects tree growth, species, carbon storage
Gillibrand at virtual town hall: ‘Every farm in NY is hurting’
Govt ignoring forestry industry’s concerns
Final phase of North East flood scheme starts
Supporting Alberta’s Beekeepers during COVID-19
Greens don’t like truth about native forestry so want to lock up government messenger
Bushfire funding must include Forestry Corporation and National Parks & Wildlife Service
Seeding aims to bring fragile sandhills back to life
Wetlands and waterways gain from 1BT funding
Senior miners join board
Spot a black striped wallaby in northern NSW
Reintroduction of wolves tied to return of tall willows in Yellowstone National Park
Public urged to report sightings of tree pest Oak Processionary Moth
Government Cuts Made Australia’s Summer from Hell Worse
UPDATE: Dale Watene, homicide enquiry launched
NSW Government to regrow forestry industry following catastrophic bushfires
UPDATE: Search for Dale Watene 21 May
Bridging gap for Tasmanian exporters
Water browning may cause food shortage to fish and waterfowl in boreal forest lakes
Pine martens like to have neighbours – but not too near
New registration system for forestry advisers and log traders
Recreational Fishers to Continue to enjoy Southern Bluefin Tuna fishing
McGowan Government to hold urgent Farm Safety Summit
Biosecurity and conservation jobs for redeployed workers
Employee training supports for agri-businesses
Forest loss slows globally as sustainable management grows
OSU’s McDonald and Dunn Research Forests to reopen for recreational activities on Friday
Uber Eats and other gig economy couriers now covered for dispute resolution
Microbes help urban greenery plants to thrive
Scholarships support 13 future leaders in Tasmanian agriculture
Heavy fines for illegal firewood collection in national parks
Tasmanian forest industry shows confidence
New technology benefits fishing industry and marine parks
Plan to grow forestry and wood-processing workforce
UBC Forestry professor receives ‘Nobel Prize’ of forest research
Forestry industry must improve safety record