Native Forest Transition

This plan supports workers, businesses and communities to transition away from native forest logging.
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Small Business Development and Diversification grant round is now open. Learn more or attend a workshop for in-person advice and support with your application. 

The Western Australian Government has made the decision to end native tree logging to preserve approximately 400,000 additional hectares of karri, jarrah and wandoo forests.

The Forest Management Plan 2024-33 is managed by Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA) and will outline the future of forest management for Western Australia’s native forests.