Victorian Forest Products Association CEO Deb Kerr believes the current timber shortage faced by the state outlines the short-sightedness of the Victorian Government’s plan to turn its back on native forestry. In an effort to increase sustainability, the Victorian Government in 2019 announced plans to phase out native forest logging over a 30-year period. The plan is designed to protect Victorian forests, but has ultimately created a shortage in timber for housing frames, at a time when housing construction is at an all time high within the state. Read more…

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