Assessing 'Management Investment Scheme' Forestry Projects: A Best-Practice Template for Commercial Plantation Development (Report) - Australian Forestry

Assessing 'Management Investment Scheme' Forestry Projects: A Best-Practice Template for Commercial Plantation Development (Report)

By Australian Forestry

  • Release Date - Published: 2007-12-01
  • Book Genre: Engineering
  • Author: Australian Forestry
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Introduction Forestry projects set up under managed investment schemes (MISs) are a United Kingdom and Australian phenomenon, but are no longer promoted in the UK. The current concept originated in Western Australia (WA) in the early 1990s and initially focused on developing Tasmanian blue gum plantations for woodchips for export. It has since expanded to every state in Australia and now covers projects as diverse as Indian sandalwood at the Ord River, West Australian sandalwood in the WA wheatbelt, teak and red mahogany in northern Queensland, African mahogany in Queensland and the Northern Territory, spotted gum in northern New South Wales, Acacia mangium on the Tiwi Islands, radiata pine on Kangaroo Island and shining gum in Tasmania.

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