HFFN

2022

10 April –  Timber Milling at Seaham. What can you make out of timber? Find out what is inside some iron bark stems derived from a sustainable thinning operation in a regrowth forest. 

29 April – 1 May – Tocal Field Days. We will have a stand in the community marquee. We meet many interesting people at Tocal.

29 May – Forest fire and regrowth management at Monkerai.

19 June – Damage to a rainforest from Drought and Flood. Also an AGM 

21 August – Krambach inspect damage from flooding on a steep slope and associated civil and botanical issues. Discuss Geotech investigations and mitigations.  As a relax, walk through a remnant rainforest.

 

Look forward to seeing you soon.

 

Mentoring Program. Our mentoring program continues as regulations allow. 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.

 

HFFN Secretary  https://hffn.org.au/contact-us/   

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.
It’s about which tree you want, for the purpose that you want.
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Hunter Farm Forestry Network (HFFN) facilitates the exchange of information about farm forestry and promotes the productive and sustainable use of trees on farms in the Hunter Valley region of New South Wales, Australia.


Farm Forestry takes many forms including timber belts, windbreaks, revegetation projects and timber production


Farm forestry includes  commercial trees and shrubs incorporated into farm operations.


Farm Forestry improves agricultural productivity.


It’s about which tree you want, for the purpose that you want.