Private native forestry
Private native forestry (PNF) is the sustainable logging of native vegetation on private property. Harvesting timber for the purposes of PNF requires approval through a private native forestry property vegetation plan (PNF PVP) that ensures environmental outcomes are improved or maintained. A PNF PVP is a legally binding agreement between a landholder and the Environment Protection Authority (EPA).
Once a PNF PVP is entered into landholders must implement the minimum operating standards set out in the PNF Code of Practice.
For an overview of private native forestry see:
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Page last updated: 12 April 2016