Now you can help teachers talk to students about the benefits of trees

Now you can help teachers talk to students about the benefits of trees

www.forestlearning.edu.au - a curriculum resource

This website is dedicated to providing activities, resources and ideas for teachers to integrate forest education into their learning programs. It is designed to support key learning areas of the Australian schools’ curriculum, including science, history, geography, mathematics and technology.

The website is maintained by a network of forest educators and forestry communication specialists, including:

  • Australian Forest Products Association
  • Forest and Wood Products Australia
  • Forest Education Foundation, Tasmania
  • Forestry Corporation of NSW
  • Forest Products Commission, WA
  • PIRSA Forestry, South Australia
  • Sustainable Forestry Program, Southern Cross University, NSW
  • VicForests

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Now you can help teachers talk to students about the benefits of trees

The ForestLearning program provides teachers with free resources developed to support the Australian curriculum. Using the website teachers can deliver lessons and more – but only if they are aware of it. As a member of the forest and wood products industry you have a part to play – by promoting ForestLearning to schools in your area.

Register to become a forest learning education champion and receive a promotional pack - click here and leave your details.

For more information contact:
Beth Welden
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Our acknowledgment

In the spirit of reconciliation, Forest & Wood Products Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia, and we acknowledge their connection to the land and their custodianship of Country and forests. We pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Our acknowledgment