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How you can be involved in the Regional Forest Agreement for Tasmania : an explanation of the joint Tasmania and Commonwealth process for a Regional Forest Agreement and how you can participate in the sharing of information and responsibility for developing recommendations on the balanced management of Tasmania's forests / Tasmanian Public Land Use Commission
Bib ID 2599512
Format BookBook
Author
Tasmanian Public Land Use Commission
 
Description Hobart, Tas. : The Commission, 1996 
[5] p. ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Subjects Forest products industry -- Government policy -- Tasmania.  |  Forest conservation -- Government policy -- Tasmania.  |  Forest management -- Government policy -- Tasmania.  |  Environment - Conservation - Forests.  |  Government policy - State and territory - Tasmania.  |  Tasmania (Tas)

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