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Forestry News articles

Bold Park Aquatic Centre, Photo credit: Emma Van Dordrecht – F22 Photography
16 October 2017
Nature connected design and the use of wood in building interiors featured in seminars conducted in Busselton and Perth, and organised by Timber Insights.
9 October 2017
A recent Forest Learning Day gave science teachers from a range of South West schools the opportunity to connect with the forest.
14 September 2017
As a proud sponsor of the wood chop at the Perth Royal Show, we are giving away six double entry passes to this year’s Show.
Photo credit: FLOW MTB
30 August 2017
As a proud sponsor of the Cape to Cape Mountain Bike event, we are giving away four entry passes to this year’s event.
31 July 2017
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions today advised that parts of the mountain bike trail network in Bramley National Park will be closed from 7-10 August.
Image provided by Nature Based Play
26 July 2017
Children will soon be climbing and exploring logs provided by the Forest Products Commission to nature playgrounds across the State.
Penrhos students grow sandalwood knowledge
12 July 2017
Year 12 students from Penrhos College gained a wealth of knowledge about sandalwood at a recent excursion involving the Forest Products Commission.
29 June 2017
A hybrid sandalwood species has been discovered in Carnarvon which could lead to the development of a superior species.
22 June 2017
Work has begun to rejuvenate the Wellington catchment, increase Western Australia's softwood estate, create jobs and improve the quality of water in the Wellington reservoir.
8 June 2017
Sandalwood has proven its worth in monumental proportions on Post Office Island where a log from the shipwrecked Windsor pays homage to those lost at sea around the Abrolhos Islands.

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