News & Events

News and Events

Check out what's happening in forest and wood products and with ForestLearning with the latest news from the industry below.

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Inspirational Women in Science and Forestry Series

21 March 2017
Celebrating International Day of the Forests this year will be the inspirational Rhianna Robinson, who is making her way in science and forestry. Rhianna is a Research Technician in the Timber Mechanical Properties testing lab at the Salisbury Research Facility in Brisbane. We asked Rhianna a n... VIEW

Inspirational Women in Science and Forestry

21 March 2017
To celebrate women and girls in science we are featuring females who work with trees everyday. Leilani Dawes is a harvesting supervisor with ForestrySA. We interviewed Lani about her connection to science and these were her answers: 1. What made you interested in science?The logic and reason i... VIEW

School and preschool visits bring forests to the community

21 March 2017
Basic wildlife survey techniques, timber production and firefighting were some of the topics canvassed during Forestry Corporation of NSW’s visits to local schools and preschools on the north coast this month. A Field Ecologist and a Senior Planner visited schools near Coffs Harbour to share the... VIEW

The Natural Environments Initiative: Illustrative Review and Workshop Statement

30 November 2016
Below is the abstract from a report into the impact of the urbanisation of our populations by the Harvard School of Public Health.  Great read for those wanting to increase the learning capacity and health of students.  Enjoy. ForestLearning Team ABSTRACT This paper summariz... VIEW

University of Canberra Pre-Service Teachers Use ForestLearning

14 November 2016
ForestLearning is driving links with universities in order to familiarise pre-service teachers with teaching resources to assist them once they become teachers. Professor Leah Moore of the University of Canberra, Science and Education Faculty, invited Tania Crosbie, from ForestLearning to addres... VIEW