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Add Value The Wood Processors Tool Kit supports the expansion of the value added wood processing industry in PNG. We're creating a one-stop source of information for the public and private sectors.  

The Wood Processors Tool Kit supports the expansion of the value added wood processing industry in PNG. We're creating a one-stop source of information for the public and private sectors. We're also linking-up with similar research and development initiatives at local, national and international levels. The Wood Processors Tool Kit will provide a set of multi-media resources on the following topics:

These resources are freely available for viewing and downloading from this website. They're also available from the Wood Processors Dropbox and Google Drive folders which currently contains 45 files in 21 folders.  You're welcome to:

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The EMTV news story below was recorded during the recent mid-term review of the ACIAR Project: Development of durable engineered wood products in PNG and Australia

 

Related publications

The following publications by Tony Bartlett at the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) are freely available for viewing and downloading:

 

Acknowledgements

The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, PNG Forest Authority, Forest Research Institute, and Queenland Government's Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for supporting the content development through Project FST-2014-065: Development of durable engineered wood products in PNG and Australia

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The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, PNG Forest Authority, Forest Research Institute, and University of Melbourne for supporting the content development through Project FST-2012-092: Enhancing value added wood processing in Papua New Guinea

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