Future Potential Production Forests Protection

Future Potential Production Forests Protection

Through the Linking Landscapes project high conservation value forests throughout North East Tasmania were proposed for protection.

A change of government led to the land being transferred to Crown Land/Parks and Wildlife but not given conservation status. Our aim is for all the FPPF lands to be protected in secure reserves.

On Sunday the 24th of November at 2.30pm - 3.30pm in the St Helens Neighbourhood House Bungalow we will be running a public information session about the protection of native forests on the East Coast currently referred to as Future Potential Production Forests

  • where they are
  • what values they have
  • how you can help to get them permanently protected

View the high resolution map: "A WildCountry Vision for North-East Tasmania"


Linking landscaple