Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (Australia)
National biosecurity strategy 2022-2032
The task for Australia’s biosecurity system is becoming increasingly complex, creating new challenges for governments, industry and other stakeholders in protecting Australia’s biosecurity status. This strategy document outlines a collective vision for Australia’s future biosecurity system.
Resilience in the Australian food supply chain
To date, the Australian food supply chain has demonstrated a high degree of resilience, but there are factors on both the demand and supply sides of the chain that are decreasing future resilience.
Monitoring the social and economic impacts of forestry
This report is the outcome of research project to develop indicators that identify the social and economic cost and benefits of forestry, the direct and flow-on benefits of forestry activity and the impacts of current policy settings on the forest industry.
One biosecurity: a working partnership
This report is an independent review of Australia’s quarantine and biosecurity arrangements which outlines a plan to set up a new national authority, bringing together quarantine, biosecurity and parts of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
Assessment of the social impacts of drought and related government and non-government social support services: issues paper
The Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry has appointed an expert panel to examine the social impacts of drought, and related government and non-government social support services, on farm families and rural communities as part of the government's national review of drought policy. The expert...