2022 one-year indicative timber harvest plan available

Public notice
The one-year indicative timber harvest plan for 2022 includes a list of native forest coupes throughout the south-west forests that are scheduled to be harvested in full or in part by the Forest Products Commission during the year.
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The Forest Products Commission (FPC) manages timber production and regeneration operations in WA state forest. Harvesting for wood products occurs on a rotational basis in patches throughout the south-west region. Less than 1% of WA’s total forest area is available for harvest each year.

The indicative timber harvest plan for 2022 is now available. The plan has been prepared in accordance with the Forest Management Plan 2014–2023 and in consultation with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions.

The plan identifies native forest coupes throughout state forests of the south-west which are scheduled to be harvested in full or in part, including thinning operations during 2022, and includes maps and coupe lists along with sawlog volume estimates for the northern and southern supply zones. The list of coupes carried forward from preceding years may be partially amended early in 2022.

Enquiries and feedback may be submitted to:

Community Engagement Leader
Forest Products Commission
Locked Bag 888
Perth Business Centre WA 6849

Phone: 61 8 9363 4627
Email: feedback@fpc.wa.gov.au

Page reviewed 10 January 2022