The Forest Practices Authority

The Forest Practices Authority

The Forest Practices Authority is an independent statutory body that administers the Tasmanian forest practices system on both public and private land. Its primary responsibility is regulating the management of forest and threatened non-forest vegetation.

Looking back – looking forward: A conference recognising 30 years of Tasmania’s forest practice system

Monday and Tuesday 20 and 21 November plus a celebratory dinner on Monday evening and field trip on Wednesday 22 November 2017

The FPA is hosting this conference which aims is to consider the first 30 years of Tasmania’s forest practices system, and to use this perspective to assess trends and possibilities in Tasmanian, national and international forest regulation. The conference is designed for forest workers, managers and regulators, government agencies and environmental NGOs. There will be many opportunities for delegates to contribute to discussions. The cost is $220 for Monday and Tuesday. Register here

Working with the forest practices system

lnformation on how the forest practices system works in Tasmania.


Information on the forest practices system to help you find out what you can do with your forest.