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Plant Trees The Tree Growers Tool Kit aims to help people plant trees and improve their lifestyle.  We're creating a one-stop source of information for tree growers and field workers.

Welcome to the Tree Growers Tool Kit

The Tree Growers Tool Kit helps people to plant trees and improve their lifestyle.  We're creating a one-stop source of information for tree growers and field workers. We're also linking-up with similar research and development initiatives at local, national and international levels. The Tree Growers Tool Kit contains a growing set of multi-media resources that help people to:

These resources are freely available for viewing and downloading from this website. They're also available from the Tree Growers Dropbox and Google Drive folders which currently contain 283 files in 104 folders (2,060mb).  You're welcome to:

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Partner with us

Pacific Island Projects (PIP) is a not-for-profit enterprise that supplies the sustainable forestry sector with a holistic, one-stop source of information. Our multi-media resource packs focus on the information needs of landowners, school children, tree growers, field workers and wood processors in Papua New Guinea. We supply audios, videos, pamphlets, posters, research papers, reports and much more. There are currently over 800 files in 300 folders.

Pacific Island Projects (PIP) warmly invites you to be part of our growing outreach community. You can either:

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  • Become a financial partner by making a monthly subscription or one-time gift (every little bit counts).

All partners receive regular news updates and performance reports via email. Your donation goes to the production and circulation of our resources, all of which are freely available from this website!

 
Please download the PIP Outreach Services Brochure brochure for more information about our step-by-step approach and expected outcomes at all levels of society.

 

Foundation partners

We sincerely thank the following partner organisations for their generous contributions to the Tree Growers Took Kit:

The PNG Forest Authority for providing resources through Operation Painim Graun na Plani Diwai.

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The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, PNG Forest Authority, Organisaton for Industrial, Spiritual & Cultural Advancement, University of Natural Resources and the Environment and University of the Sunshine Coast for supporting the resource development work through Project FST-2014-069: Improvement and management of teak and sandalwood in PNG and Australia.

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The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, PNG Forest Authority, Organisaton for Industrial, Spiritual & Cultural Advancement, and University of the Sunshine Coast for supporting the resource development work through Project FST-2007-078: Developing a PNG timber industry based on planted forests: design and implementation of a national germplasm delivery system.

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The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, Australian National University and the PNG University of Technology for supporting the concept and resource development work through Project FST-2004-05: Value-adding to PNG agroforestry systems.

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Partnership publications

The following publications by Tony Bartlett at the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) document the history of the ACIAR forestry program and examine the relative success of 30 completed projects in Vietnam, Indonesia and PNG: