Action against logging in the Tarkine continued on Tuesday with protesters in Hobart again taking their message to Premier Peter Gutwein.
Dozens protested outside the Henry Jones Art Hotel where Mr Gutwein was speaking at a luncheon.
Meanwhile, protesters in the Tarkine at logging coupe BO092C maintained their blockade which included two tree sits and people attaching themselves to bulldozers, resulting in four arrests as of Tuesday afternoon.
A Sustainable Timber Tasmania spokesperson confirmed logging in this coupe had finished for the summer after meeting customer requirements.
"To be clear, operations did not conclude due to protest action, as deliberately misrepresented by the Bob Brown Foundation," the spokesperson said.
"The remaining tasks to be completed now include timber processing, as well as rehabilitation work, which protects soil and water values prior to the forest workers leaving the site.
"The presence of protesters on site continues to hamper these important rehabilitation efforts from being done in a safe and efficient manner."
STT has requested protesters leave the area to allow the company to undertake post-harvest timber recovery but Bob Brown Foundation campaign manager Jenny Weber said an on-ground occupation would remain in the coupe.
"To STT we say no," Ms Weber said.
"There is no social license for logging in the Tarkine. We will be there on the front line every time they try to destroy this ancient rainforest.
"Any idea that STT thinks they need to do rehabilitation is laughable."
Resources Minister Guy Barnett said it was extraordinary the BBF would seek to deliberately hamper STT's important rehabilitation efforts.
"The protests against specialty timber harvesting reek of a political stunt, as it was Bob Brown himself who is on the public record supporting these operations, in land agreed to be set aside by all political parties, including Labor and the Greens," Mr Barnett said.
"They are also putting an unnecessary strain on our hard working forestry workers, who are just trying to safely go about their job, as well as consuming unnecessary police and rescue resources with people deliberately placing themselves in irresponsibly dangerous situations."
Mr Barnett said the BBF's claims timber production ceased as a result of protest actions were "absolute rubbish."
Greens leader Cassy O'Connor said the presence of activists in the Tarkine was clearly making a big impact on planned logging operations in the region.
"The notion that logging activity was unexpectedly shut down, but that this happened to coincide with the loggers completing their work, is laughable and makes no sense," Ms O'Connor said.