The ARC Centre for Forest Value produces research across all aspects of the forest value chain. Below are some of the highlights of the research produced by the Centre.
As part of the ARC Centre for Forest Value (CFV) Roadshow week we will be hosting an afternoon research update from 2:30 to 5:00 on Tuesday the 23rd of October at the UTas Architecture and Design building, Inveresk Campus, Launceston.
This event will provide an update on the many research projects currently being undertaken by the CFV and will also outline future research directions. This event is open to all interested parties and afternoon tea will be provided, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More details can be found in the running sheet (PDF, 521KB)
February 2017 - Finding a future for feature grade timber
January 2017 - Sustainable forest practices can enhance global biodiversity
October 2016 - New hotels target the fur and feather sector
February 2016 - Transforming forest value in Tasmania
January 2016 - A training centre for every part of the timber supply chain opens in southern Tasmania
May 2015 - $14 million sprouts from a new national research training centre for forestry and wood products