HFFN

2020 All events postponed

2020 will be the year of the fire. We are planning field days to look at the effects of fire on properties and how to manage the forest after a fire. We hope to revisit some sites from last year that have now been burnt, some sites that are regenerating and some that have been very heavily burnt.

March 22 – Nabiac. Visit a forest that was burnt extremely hot – sufficient to kill large trees. Look at any early regeneration and discuss management options. For details  secretary@hffn.org.au

May 31 – Monkerai. Look at management options before a fire. A property that has had no fire for 20 years.

September 27 – Wingham. Revisit a rainforest after the fire. Look at recovery and management options.

Mentoring Program. Our mentoring program continues. If you have any questions about management or establishment of trees, join our mentoring program. We will organise for some of our members to come and visit. Lean on a fence post and have a chat. All for the price of joining HFFN. Go to our Mentor tab or Membership tab.

2019

March 30 – 31 Fungi Field Day. A great day well attended.

May 3 -5 Tocal Field Days. We made contact with a large number of people who have since joined and come to field days. Welcome.

June 23 Plant Identification Field day – Monkerai.  Designed for those who want to identify plants, but are unsure where to start. Day will include a presentation followed by some field work. We had a great day with good attendance. See the field day report.

August 11 Plant Identification Field day – Booral. A continuation from the June plant identification field day with concentration on tree families. See Field Day Report

September 21 – 22 October Botanic Gardens Canberra Trip. A great trip with an amazing amount learnt. See Field Day Report.

October 20 Plant Identification Field day and AGM – Wingham . An extension to the plant identification field days and our AGM. Field Day Report coming soon.

 

 2018

April 8 – Field day on plantation and regrowth control – Martindale. See write up on field day page.

May 4 – 6th – Tocal field days. Great to see so many people interested in Trees.

May 13 – Field day Stroud.  Options for management of 10,000Ha forest. Harvest, biodiversity, conservation. See write up on field day page.

June 17 – Field daySeaham – Introduction to tree management and how to improve the value of your forest. See write up on field day page.

September 16 – Field day – Wootton – Forrest Regeneration and biodiversity planting. Report and photos are on the field day report page.

October 21 – Field day and AGM – Vacy – Rainforest regeneration and management. An inspiring day. Field Day report coming.

 

 

See you amongst the trees somewhere.

 

HFFN Secretary  secretary@hffn.org.au Phone: 02 6547 3552

 

 

Farm forestry incorporates commercial trees and shrubs into farm operations.
Farm Forestry takes many forms including timber belts, windbreaks, revegetation projects and timber production

Farm Forestry improves agricultural productivity.

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Hunter Farm Forestry Network (HFFN) facilitates the exchange of information related to farm forestry; and promotes the productive and sustainable use of trees on farms in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Australia.

contacts

PRESIDENT

Judy Boyden

 

VICE PRESIDENT

Jodan Hanbury-Brown

 

SECRETARY

Trevor Woolley

 

TREASURER

HFFN Teasurer