Action BRS or ABARE to generate land access zoning coverage through Shire

Action brs or abare to generate land access zoning

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Action : BRS or ABARE to generate land access zoning coverage through Shire Council's. Discussion on land use n broad or land use zoning of region pressed into horticulture may be a problem n Tumut Shire Council has GIS capabilities n vineyards in Tumbarumba experiencing large expansion recently n water use and harvesting may be a problem in the Murray Darling basin. SFNSW are doing studies on how much water radiata plantations use. Thought is that trees are good for catchments. Summary and closing Michael Ryan Summary of plantation potential discussions David Marston Summary of farm forestry discussions 1. consent requirements: n need uniform coordinated approval process n best management practice/Code Forest Practice ( ISO ) n training n planning trees into farmland n road use/who pays? 2. players 89
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n local government, DLWC, Australian Forest Growers, CSIRO, Greening Australia, regional plantation committees, SFNSW, local councils, Murray Darling Basin Commission, private landowners, NSW agriculture, Sydney water, EPA. 3. Species/site selection 4. Marketing n co-operative selling n identify markets and grow accordingly n harvesting flexibility n non-timber markets: oils, nuts, biodiversity, honey n valued adding 5. Natural resources inventory and databases 6. Regional plantation committees n core funding ( State and Commonwealth ) n technology transfer/networking n impediments n development opportunities n roading Vision for the region n Healthy landscapes with profitable use of trees on public and private land. n Regional coordination community driven program of awareness, research and development, information transfer and actions. n Clear market information and local value adding industries. n The best management practice for tree crops in a balanced land use. n Effective/efficient infrastructure. n Investment opportunities for a range of purposes including forest products and environmental values. David Maston, Michael Ryan: Closing comments: thank you to all participants for their contributions into various aspects of this workshop. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please call me if you have any queries regarding the workshop or these minutes MICHAEL RYAN 90
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APPENDIX 4: HARDWOOD ECONOMIC SCENARIOS TO BE UNDERTAKEN VARIABLES TO BE ADJUSTED IN SCENARIOS ESTABLISHMENT COSTS SFNSW projected cost scenario (looks at SFNSW projected costs) Projected SFNSW costs of $2000 per hectare Annual costs of $90/year/hectare Low cost scenario (looks at the ability to establish below projected SFNSW costs, using ABARE costings from WAPIS report) establishment costs of $1400 per hectare year 1, post establishment costs of $500/hectare annual costs $80/year (regular maintenance) ROYALTY RETURNS Current return scenario HQLSL $40/m3 HQSSL $20/m3v pulp $10/m3 High returns scenario (looking at 25% increase on current royalties) HQLSL $50/m3 HQSSL $25/m3 pulp $13/m3 YIELD TABLES Current yield scenario This yield table was developed using existing knowledge on Eucalyptus nitens growth and potential yields from existing plantations and SFNSW knowledge.
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