Timber supply losses in Snowy Valleys will 'start to bite' in ten years, inquiry hears

Emily Wind
By Emily Wind
Updated December 13 2021 - 8:40am, first published December 8 2021 - 2:00am
Dean Kearney and Dean Anderson of NSW Forestry Corporation spoke at a state inquiry into the future of the forestry industry last week. Pictures: James Wiltshire, NSW Legislative Council.

A state inquiry into the future of New South Wales' forestry industry has heard that while current supply commitments can be met, the impact of the Black Summer bushfires will be "quite substantial" in ten year's time.

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Emily Wind

Emily Wind

Journalist

Originally from Lake Macquarie, Emily kickstarted her journalism career in Tumut before moving to the Daily Advertiser in Wagga where she covers Health and Features. Got a story tip? Email emily.wind@austcommunitymedia.com.au, or call 0457 459 095.

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