To identify the locations of Sustainable Timber Tasmania activities associated with:
- planned coupes allocated to our three year wood production plans
- potential chemical applications
- forest management attributes
Please use the interactive map above to zoom in on the area of interest and click on the required function item tick box to display the map data.
In relation to Three Year Plan information, use the interactive map to zoom in on the area of interest and then if there are any coupes of interest, click on the coupe shape to identify various attributes including planned harvest year and method. Forest Practice Plans that have been certified and are currently available can be accessed from the FPP pop-up window.
Interactive Map Layer Definitions
Permanent Timber Production Zone Land Key
AFS - Defined forest area
The area of land managed by Forestry Tasmania that is certified under the Australian Forestry Standard.
Forest Management Unit (FMU)
- Controlled Wood component
The component of the Forest Management Unit (FMU) on Permanent Timber Production Zone and small areas of private property for which Forestry Tasmania has a forest right for which Forestry Tasmania is seeking FSC® (Controlled Wood) Certification.
- Forest Management component
The component of the Forest Management Unit (FMU) on Permanent Timber Production Zone for which Forestry Tasmania is seeking FSC® (Forest Management) certification.
The area of Permanent Timber Production Zone land managed for conservation as part of the Tasmanian CAR reserve system (eg habitat for threatened species, streamside protection, landscape connectivity).
Areas of Permanent Timber Production Zone land not currently identified as being suitable for timber production.
Permanent Timber Production Zone land as defined under the Forest Management Act 2013.
- the area which Forestry Tasmania manages.
The area of Permanent Timber Production Zone land currently managed for growing and harvesting timber.
Three Year Plan
Areas where forest harvest and regeneration operations are planned to occur in the next three years.
Potential Chemical Application Summer Key
Areas identified as likely to have a herbicide application in 2017/18.
Insect Monitoring Coupes
Areas identified for insect population monitoring in 2017/18 and therefore may have an insecticide application between November 2017 and February 2018.
Insecticide applications completed
The area where insecticide applications occurred in 2016/17.