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|Title:||Economic issues and lessons arising from the community rainforest reforestation program|
|Citation:||Reforestation in the tropics and subtropics of Australia using rainforest tree species, 2005 / Erskine, P., Lamb, D., Bristow, M. (ed./s), Ch.15, pp.245-261|
|Publisher:||Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation|
|Publisher Place:||Barton, A.C.T|
|Series/Report no.:||RIRDC Publication ; No. 05/087|
|Steve Harrison, John Herbohn, David Smorfitt, Nick Emtage and Jungho Suh|
|Abstract:||A large number of socio-economic research projects have been conducted in north Queensland which have drawn on observations from, or been otherwise inspired by, the Community Rainforest Reforestation Program (CRRP). The research may be considered under the headings of financial performance of farm-grown timber, externalities (or environmental values), impediments to tree planting on farms, analysis of the timber supply chain including timber marketing, and facilitation of forest industry development. This paper summarises a variety of insights generated by the research, on small-scale forestry based on native tree species and on policy measures which may be adopted to promote tree growing on farms in tropical north Queensland.|
|Rights:||© 2005 Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography, Environment and Population publications|
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