About South East Timber Association (SETA)
The South East Timber Association (SETA) was formed in 1988 to represent the interests of people working in forest operations in native forests and plantations, on public and private land, in South East NSW and East Gippsland.
SETA members are strongly committed to ensuring public forests are available for a range of commercial and recreational activities and expect land management practices will maintain environmental values in the long term.
SETA expects the government to commit to ensuring forest and related policies will strike an appropriate balance between social, environmental and economic outcomes while minimising adverse impacts on regional communities
Forest industries across Australia are under attack from a co-ordinated campaign by eco-charities, activist academics and bureaucrats. Each year, hundreds of millions of dollars of tax deductible donations flow into eco-charities.
A portion of this money is used to fund forestry outrage campaigns and anti-forestry “science.”
SUPPORT THE SOUTH EAST TIMBER ASSOCIATION TO STAND AGAINST THE ECO-BULLIES AND JUNK SCIENCE WITH A UNITED VOICE