The terms small-scale forestry and farm forestry are commonly used in Australia. These terms are applied to forestry undertaken on farms, including farm woodlots, windbreaks and shelterbelts, agroforestry and land-protection plantings, as well as harvesting of native forests (Harrison et al. 2002). Small-scale forests have multiple benefits and sometimes the primary benefits are not associated with timber. In the application discussed here, reforestation is carried out for streambank stabilization, protection of instream habitat, providing a habitat for predators of agricultural pests, and other non-timber benefits.