In Tasmania, a forestry and forestry science degree is compulsory for all students.
There are two requirements for obtaining the degree, both of which require a bachelor’s degree in forestry.
Students need to complete a minimum of four years’ work experience in forestry, and they must have a valid forestry licence.
Forestry has a long and distinguished history in Tasmania, but the state’s forestry sector is undergoing a significant transformation.
In 2018, the state government created the State Forestry Commission (SFC), which is the state body responsible for overseeing and managing Tasmania’s forestry industry.
The SFC has a number of responsibilities, including promoting forestry and its activities in Tasmania.
In the 2017-18 financial year, the SFC set out its priorities for forestry sector growth.
Tasmania’s Government is committed to creating a more sustainable industry, one that offers a strong foundation for future growth, and supports a broad range of industries across all sectors, including forestry, agribusiness, mining, tourism and tourism accommodation and hospitality.
However, the transition to sustainable forestry is not as simple as a one-size-fits-all approach.
The State Forestry Council is an important role for Tasmania’s government to play in fostering a more integrated forestry industry and ensuring that it remains in the public interest.
The Council plays an important, if not the primary, role in supporting the state forestry sector.
Through the Council, the government and industry have a common objective in achieving sustainable forestry.
The council provides information and advice to the Government, the industry and other stakeholders, and the council also provides funding to the State Forest Department.
However the Council does not administer the sector.
Instead, it plays a role in managing the development of the sector, which is critical to the sustainability of the industry.
Under the Forestry Act, Tasmania has responsibility for managing the State’s forests.
Tasmania is an international leader in forestry and the Forestry Council plays a key role in ensuring Tasmania continues to lead the way in sustainable forestry and conservation.
However Tasmania’s Forest Management Act (the Forestry Act) is also an important piece of legislation in the development and implementation of forestry policy and programs.
The Act sets out the principles for how Tasmania’s Forestry Council should manage the state forests and establishes a framework for the management of the forestry sector, including the management and enforcement of forestry and forest policy and regulations.
The law also establishes the Council’s management responsibilities, and it sets out specific policy objectives for the sector and its objectives, including sustainable forestry, conservation, and economic growth.
The act also provides a framework in which forestry policy may be formulated and enacted.
This is in addition to existing legislation, which provides for the review and approval of forestry policies and the establishment of a Department of Forestry.
The Forestry Act is currently being reviewed and will be updated to ensure the law remains in force in a sustainable way.
The changes in the law that are currently being considered are: a review of the Forestry Bill 2013, which included the introduction of the new legislation.
This review will assess whether the changes to the law have been properly considered and whether they are in the interests of Tasmania’s industry.