Consultation Forums for the Cooperative Research Centre for Developing Northern Australia (CRCNA) project to identify the growth potential for northern Australia’s forestry and forestry products industry will be held in June and July.
Regional stakeholders are encourage to attend these forums, input to the project is important to ensure local stakeholders have a say on future actions for policy, R&D and investment decisions.
Click on the below for time, venue and RSVP details for each Forum:
Presentations are now available from the Cairns, Nhulunbuy and Darwin forums, and can be accessed below:
Overview of Northern Forestry & Forest Products Industry Situation Analysis (Cairns) - Mick Stephens, CEO, Timber Queensland
Overview of Northern Forestry & Forest Products Industry Situation Analysis (Darwin) - Mick Stephens, CEO, Timber Queensland
The current situation and state of knowledge based on literature review and initial feedback - Tim Woods, Industry Edge
Northern Australia's Indigenous Forestry & Forest Products Industry - Mark Annandale, University of Sunshine Coast
Northern Forestry & Forest Products Industry Situation Analysis - Project update and request for stakeholder feedback
The Northern Forestry & Forest Products Industry Situation Analysis draft Overview Report is now available. The draft Overview Report identifies and describes key challenges faced by the northern Australian forestry and forest products industry, and subsequently explores potential solutions and opportunities for further discussion, research or investment.
The Overview Report should be read in conjunction with the two appendices:
Literature Review and
Summary Report and notes from the regional workshops held in Cairns, Darwin and Nhulunbuy.
This draft Report is now open for stakeholder feedback. Please submit your comments to Sarah Porter by email at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 5 August.
If you have any questions about these forums contact Clarissa Brandt, Strategic Relations & Communications Manager, Timber Queensland - email@example.com / 07 3358 7906.