• Growing the Plantation Estate

    19th March 2021

    The virtual Outlook 2021 conference took a place on 2-5 March and explored Growing Australian agriculture in an uncertain world with insights on the opportunities and challenges ahead.
    Rob de Fégely was the speaker at Growing the Plantation Estate session.

  • Russia’s Log Export Ban

    19th March 2021

    Russia exported 15 million m3 of logs in 2020, accounting for almost 12% of globally traded roundwood. Much of this trade may come to a halt in 2022 when a new law proposed by Russia’s president will ban the export of softwood logs and high-value hardwood logs in January 2022. The Russian government is also considering measures to reduce illegal logging and restrict the export of green lumber.

  • New Zealand Wood Availability Forecasts

    2nd February 2021

    Margules Groome is pleased to announce that, on behalf of the New Zealand Ministry of Primary Industries (MPI), we are currently undertaking the 2020 update to the New Zealand wood availability forecasts (WAF).

  • Indigenous Forest Management in Australia

    2nd February 2021

    Before I commence this article it is important for me to recognise the Djiringanj people of the Yuin nation the traditional owners of the land upon which we farm and I sit to write this article and pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging.