The Society operates as a friendly network of people interested in the history of Australia's
forests and woodlands. Members come from a wide variety of disciplines, backgrounds
and walks of life. The society publishes a newsletter, organises conferences and encourages the study of Australia's forests in the past. read more...
February 2019 The Australian Forest History Society is now on Twitter. Follow us to get the very latest news and updates.
September 2018 Conservation Management Plan for Blundells Flat and Shannons Flat, ACT
Much of the natural and cultural heritage of Blundells Flat and Shannons Flat in the northwest of the ACT was burnt during the 2003 Canberra fires. In 2004, the Society received an ACT Heritage Grant to prepare a Conservation Management Plan for Blundells Flat and Shannons Flat. Written by AFHS member Mark Butz, the plan is now available for download