Amount of trees removed from a forest must at least equal the amount a forest is able to replace naturally.
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Education students from UTAS were visited earlier this term by the Forest Education Foundation, who identified a number of ways in which our forests can be utilised as a learning pathway into the new Australian Curriculum.
Forestry Corporation of NSW’s new ipad app ‘Timber Sleuth’ has proven very popular with primary school children, with over 750 downloads in the first 6 weeks of its release.
Did you know there are a stack of Design and Technology resources available on ForestLearning? Here are some of the highlights for you to use in your classroom.
The team at ForestLearning would like to welcome you back for 2013. We hope you had a relaxing and refreshing break and are ready to tackle the new school year.
The summer term always brings lots of fieldwork opportunities for both primary and high school groups.
A small dedicated class of students began constructing guitars from timbers sourced in the Derwent Valley.
Following the success of the Wildlife Detective app, Forests NSW are excited to have the opportunity to produce a 2nd iPad app focusing on the importance of wood as an essential, versatile and renewable resource.
We’re looking to develop FREE resources that are useful and readily available for teachers across Australia and need your feedback. For participating there is a chance to win one of 10 Apple iPads.
Three separate, confirmed detections of the species have now been made
2,000 primary and secondary students from 1,500 schools across the country got their hands dirty to help their local environment.