References, links and further information
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RFA (1997) Tasmanian Regional Forest Agreement between the Commonwealth of Australia and the state of Tasmania. Joint Commonwealth and Tasmanian Regional Forest Agreement Steering Committee, Commonwealth of Australia, Canberra.
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- Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts: Air quality
- Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts: Biodiversity
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- Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry: About plantations
- Natural Heritage Trust
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State and Territory governments
- Department of Primary Industry - Forests (NSW): Collecting firewood and craft timber from State Forests
- Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW): Key threatening process declaration - dead wood removal
- Department of Environment and Climate Change (NSW): Native forestry on private property
- Department of Sustainability and Environment (Victoria): Forest Products and Firewood
- Department of Sustainability and Environment (Victoria): Box-ironbark firewood
- Department of Natural Resources and Water (Qld): Native forest practice on private land
- PIRSA Forestry Fact sheet: Growing Firewood in the South East of South Australia
- Department of the Environment and Conservation (WA): Firewood collection points
- Forest Practices Authority (Tas): Frequently Asked Questions about the Forest Practices System
- Environment ACT: Home Fires and Firewood
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Todd, J. (2003) Wood-smoke handbook: woodheaters, firewood and operator practice. Department of the Environment and Heritage, Canberra and NSW Environment Protection Authority, Sydney.
Treweek, A. (1997) Identifying alternatives to using remnant eucalypt vegetation for firewood in the ACT through consultation with residents and farmers. Report to Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation.