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The regional forest agreement process, as outlined in the National Forest Policy Statement, offers a consultative process whereby Australian governments can reach agreement on the long-term management and use of forests in a particular region. This process will include comprehensive regional assessments to evaluate the environmental, heritage+ social and economic impacts of alternate forest uses. These assessments will assist policy makers to answer questions relating to trade-offs between often competing forest uses, industry development options and changes to forest product markets.

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