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The term collaborative forest management (CFM) is adopted in this review because it has become popular internationally as a generic descriptor of a range of participatory approaches involving some form of co-management between government forest agencies and other stakeholders. It seems likely that Australia will go down its own track towards CFM, at least in some forest areas and communities. But as Africa has learned from Asia, the development of CFM in Australia could be vastly aided bydoi:10.1080/00049158.2004.10676217 fatcat:o6sop42gcjejhpt7fxookczn6y