1. Private Forestry
2 The full utilization of the available wood fibre
3 Industry workforce development plan
4 Appropriate corporate governance and consultation practices
5 Aboriginal Engagement
6 Community Engagement
An increase to the Pine plantation estate within the SW Timber Hub of at least 50,000h over 5-10 years
Healthy woodlands and forests will ensure a sustainable industry into the future.
An industry will be supported by a proud, progressive, skilled and safe workforce
A transparent organization that has engaged stakeholders.
Aboriginal people who embrace the concept of Djarlma and who work with and within the timber industry
Community understanding of the environmental, regional, social and economic benefits from forests and woodland
Strategy 1.1 – Develop and implement the recommendations of the private forestry engagement strategy.
Strategy 1.2 – Undertake Adaptive Residue Harvesting trials
Strategy 2.1 – Undertake ecological thinning trials to determine best practice silvicultural methods & work with community groups to demonstrate improved forest health and resilience
Strategy 2.2 – Undertake mechanical fuel reduction trials to determine best practice silvicultural methods
Strategy 3.1 – Develop a training database to track industry training
Strategy 3.2 - Undertake a gap analysis of the National Haulage Code and the current State Code to ensure alliance to the national code.
Strategy 3.3 – Have a panel of industry champions who inform their local communities in relation to the industry
Strategy 4.1 – Ensure appropriate corporate governance and compliance practices.
Strategy 4.2 - Regularly update key stakeholders including industry on the findings of the activities being undertaken by the SW Timber Hub
Strategy 5.1 - Develop a Reconciliation Action Plans to at least the ‘Stretch’ stage
Strategy 6.1 - Develop an industry communication plan that focuses on grass roots communication.
Strategy 6.2 - Develop a master plan for the Wellington Discovery Forest, to become a vehicle to showcase the outcomes of research, the history of the forest including Noongar, Timber Industry and the Development National Park