Native Forest Management Implications for Grazing - This guide recognizes the need to incorporate private forestry with grazing and discusses some of the implications of management on both the grazing and forestry components of a dual income business.
Native Forest Stand Management Guide – Wet Forest Types - The wet schlerophyll forests of southern Queensland are dominated by a varying mix of Blackbutt, Tallowwood, Grey Gum, Grey Ironbark, Pink Bloodwood, Turpentine, Brush Box, White and Red Stringybark, Flooded gum and Sydney Blue Gum. These forests mostly occur on the eastern side of the range often elevated and within the high rainfall zones on moderate to fertile soil types.
Native Forest Harvest Guide - The harvest of a native forest is one of the most significant events within a timber stand’s management cycle.
Guidelines for Marking for Retention for Harvest - The primary objective is to improve the quality of timber produced and increase the value of production. These treemarking guidelines take into account the fraction of the stand subjected to silvicultural treatment following harvesting.
DAF Forestry - Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Forestry