Neha has recently accepted an appointment to the role of Business Support Officer at Private Forests Tasmania. In her previous role at a utility company, Neha was involved in project management, stakeholder relations, community engagement, process mapping and continuous improvement projects. She also has a diverse experience of 13 years across different sectors, such as telecommunication, media, consulting and aviation. In the various roles that Neha has worked in thus far, she has been involved in customer relations, contract management and event management.» Read more...
Client Contact Form - "Keeping you Informed"
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Private Forests Tasmania (PFT) offers assistance to entities to alert the market of market opportunities or information via publishing these on the PFT website and providing in an email to relevant PFT stakeholders who have consented to receive such information from PFT.
Should you have a ‘Marketing Opportunity’ or information you would like to promote, please provide details in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Details should include your opportunity, background information, contact details including location, log specifications, phone and email. Please provide these is the format you wish them to be distributed as.
DISCLAIMER: Entities provide potential opportunities for the market, whether they be a business opportunity or information sharing opportunity. PFT includes such opportunities on its web-site for convenience only. PFT does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy or appropriateness to the entities purpose. PFT provides no endorsement whatsoever of the Entity or the entities opportunity. PFT, the Crown, its officers, employees and agent do not accept liability however arising, including liability for negligence, for any loss resulting from the use or reliance upon the information contained in any opportunity PFT posts or disseminates.
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Forestry tools - Calculators, App's and Programs
These tools are potentially useful to assist landowners, agents and foresters to manage their forests and woodlots.
Tools are described below and a link to their location is provided.
Farm Forestry Toolbox
The Farm Forestry Toolbox is a collection of computer programs (called tools) designed to assist owners and managers of small to medium sized forests to map, measure and manage their estates. Tools are categorised as HAND tools, POWER tools, EDITORS, and HEALTH tools:
* HAND tools are mostly simple, stand-alone programs;
* POWER tools are sophisticated inter-related programs requiring data from various EDITORS;
* EDITORS change system-wide settings and prepare data for use by the POWER tools; and
* The HEALTH tool is a visual disease identification key for blue gum and radiata pine in southern Australia.
The Farm Forestry Toolbox is FREE to download and use.
Wind Risk Calculator
Private Forests Tasmania has produced ‘Forests and wind risk in Tasmania: a guidebook for foresters, landowners and planners’ and a ‘Wind risk calculator’ to assist in the collation of data and determination of the forest wind risk.
To view the 'Forests and wind risk in Tasmania' guidelines book please CLICK HERE
To view additional information about the Wind Risk Calculator please CLICK HERE
AFORA's Practical Tools
Australian Forest Operations Research Alliance (AFORA) develops practical tools to improve:
* the understanding, management and control of forest operational costs for existing, evolving and new harvest systems;
* the planning and management of value recovery within harvest operations; and
* the application of optimisation to supply chain efficiency planning and management.
* the ALPACA tool allows modelling of single forestry machines or entire harvest systems; and
* the Machine Costs tool is a single machine analysis to evaluate the machine’s hourly cost.
CLICK HERE to be taken to the AFORA website for additional information.
DPIWE’s LISTmap is a source of many useful layers to assist foresters, landowners and planners including:
In the PRIMARY INDUSTRIES - FARMING section the Enterprise Suitability – Pinus radiata aims to classify land suitable for growing farm tree species (Eucalyptus nitens and E.globulus will be added).
LISTmap and its basic function are available for FREE.
PFT (Esk Mapping & GIS) Property Planning Mapper and Calculator
A handful of mapping & calculator tools to provide immediate ‘farm planning’ benefit for landowners running small to medium farming and forestry enterprises across Tasmania.
The PFT Property Planning Mapper is available for FREE.
Coming soon .....