For plantations


For native forestry

Biodiversity Act


Other links


Rowan Reid’s Australian Agroforestry website

Video of Rowan Reid’s Bambra Agroforestry Farm in the Ottways

Catchment Management Authority

TAFE courses in private native forestry

Landcare NSW

Australian Master Tree Grower Program including Agroforestry News

Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation

Australian Low Rainfall Tree Improvement Group (158 pages of “Australian Low Rainfall Tree Improvement Group ‘Metadata from measures of hardwood tree improvement trials in Southern Australia’)

Forestry SA

Private Forests Tasmania

NSW Agriculture


FIRE Management

Hotspots RFS site


Other contacts

Australian Sustainable Timbers

Annabel Kater
0437 399 511
James Felton Taylor
0415 457 973

Plant Identification



How trees “talk” to each other and live as a Forest

Farm Forestry & Agroforestry
EDO Fact Sheet 2015_Forestry on Private Land
Planting by Design
Farming Trees Potential for diversification
HFFN PP for Gulgong Conference



Table of definitions of new Noxious Weed Classes
Table of Hunter & Central Coast noxious weeds classifications by local government area.
List of Council Weeds Officer contacts for Hunter & Central Coast
Crofton weed Agfact
Fireweed Primefact
Lantana Agfact
Lantana weed of national significance profile
Lantana weed management guide
Nodding thistle Agfact
Onopordum species Agfact- Scoth, Illyrian & Stemless thitles
CSIRO workshop proceedings- thistle management
Thistles weed information sheet
Exotic perennial grasses fact sheet
DPI Noxious & Environmental Weed Management Handbook
Weeds CRC Introductory Weed Management Manual
Agriculture Notes: Weed Control for Farm Forestry Plantations
Weeds CRC Workshop Proceedings: Weeds of Rainforests and Associated Ecosystems

Myrtle Rust

DPI guide Myrtle Rust everyday management
DPI guide Myrtle Rust in my backyard
Myrtle Rust CSIRO ECOS review
ANPC workshop March

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.