After going to the Forestry link (below), click on Commercial Forestry to get
to Wood Utilisation Plans, etc.
Merrilyn Serong wrote:
> Information about forestry in Victoria can be found at the NRE website at
> There is a great deal of detailed information here. If you click on Wood
> Utilisation Plans and then on the appropriate section of the map of Vic, you
> can download detailed maps and dates of proposed forestry activities.
> If you click on Managing Forests then Forest Planning, you get to Regional
> Forest Agreements.
> Information on Carlisle State Park can be found at
> where Ground Parrots do get a mention.
> > stuart dashper <> wrote:
> > .... the heath at Carlisle seems to my untrained eye to be of a fairly
> > > uniform age and probably in the region of ten or more years old. Is there
> > > a
> > > management plan for this park that takes into account the Ground Parrot's
> > > habitat requirements and are there any plans to reintroduce the species,
> > > assuming it has disappeared.
> > >
> > Can anyone tell us what Carlisle State Park's future is in terms of the
> > Regional Forest Agreement? A number of state forests - including those in
> > the Otways - have been earmarked for various types of forestry, including
> > clear-felling in some areas. Are State Parks susceptible to this type of
> > activity in Victoria? And does the absence of key species in recent years
> > make forest areas more vulnerable under the RFAs?
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