The Australian Arbor Age is launching its new ‘Forestry Feature’, a close look into planting and regeneration of forests, caring of forests, sustainable harvest of forests, haulage of timber and woodchips and more.
The Australian Arbor Age is excited to be launching a new section in this edition, in which we will focus on a broad range of topics relevant to the forestry sector, from the latest equipment releases and associated product reviews, to new and emerging technologies and trends, to general news and industry updates, based on what is happening in the sector both in Australia and overseas.
It’s been a busy start to the year for us here at AA, covering the issues of importance for the wider arboriculture industry, and if the first few months of 2020 are anything to go by, there’ll be no shortage of news and topics to tackle in our newly created forestry section as we head into the mid-year months and beyond.
We’re focused on continuing to deliver our readers insight into the equipment and technologies that can assist in getting the job done, along with providing a comprehensive overview of the issues that are relevant to industry, and this dedicated section provides further scope to address what is happening in the forestry sector.
In particular, AA’s new forestry section will be focusing on:
- Equipment Reviews – from elevated work platforms to stump grinders, chainsaws, wood chippers and mulchers, encompassing the broad range of equipment that forestry professionals require from one job to the next, we will continue to put new-release equipment through its paces, giving our readers the lowdown on what to expect
- New technologies and trends – comprising the ever-evolving range of digital technologies and emerging solutions for industry, from mobile technologies, to remote machine monitoring, to drones and more, we’ll be keeping a close eye on the latest developments both locally and internationally, focusing on how industry is evolving
- Events – when it comes to what’s happening around the country and overseas, we’ll keep you up to date, from conferences, to workshops, to industry forums, encompassing the range of association events that are happening at a local level – if it’s a part of the industry calendar, we’ll be covering it here
- News – along with our focus on the more technical side of the forestry sector, we’ll be keeping readers informed about what is happening at a broader industry level, covering a range of topics, encompassing both local and international news, over the course of each edition.
In addition to this, we’ll be focusing on an evolving range of topical issues from one edition to the next – from health and safety, to education, training and recruitment, to best business practices and more – providing our readers an overview of what is currently happening in the forestry sector.
From employers to employees, and across the range of businesses that are involved in the forestry sector around the country, we recognise that there are a number of issues that are important to industry, and we’re looking to cover them in this section, which will run alongside the regular features and sections that appear in each edition of AA.