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Going Bush - Innovative ways of keeping the home fires burning

Lesson Overview:

We investigate the future of timber production, not using a crystal ball but armed with Forestry Tasmania's Innovation Plan. The on-going challenge of getting more from less, has Forestry Tasmania looking further into maximising returns from its resource by increasing recovery rates from logs and investigating a range of new engineered timber products and rayon production for clothing.

 

Year Level/s:

5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10

Key Curriculum Areas / Subject:

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National Curriculum Codes:

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Strand Content Description:

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General Capabilities:

Critical and Creative Thinking

Cross Curriculum Priorities:

Sustainability

Curriculum Connections:

Geography, Science, Science - Earth and Environmental Science

ScOT Catalogue Terms:

Agriculture, Energy Efficient Design, Energy Resources, Environmental Management, Fibres, Habitats, Industries, Living Things, Plant Structure and Function, Primary Industry, Renewable Energy, Renewable Resource, Resource Management, Vegetation, Waste Management

Theme/s:

Forestry Products - Processing and Technology, Forest Futures - Carbon Renewable Resources and Innovation

Resource Type/s:

Primary: Multimedia

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Going Bush - Innovative ways of keeping the home fires burning

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Innovative ways of Keeping the Home Fires Burning

Innovative ways of Keeping the Home Fires Burning

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