When people talk about someone who’s come a long way Peh Boo could be that person. A refugee from Burma, now working at OneFortyOne’s nursery at Glencoe. For Peh Boo it’s not just the opportunity to work with nature, outside in the fresh air, doing a good day’s work. It’s the chance to be free […]
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Stand Like Stone is pleased to announce the recipients of grants from the 2019 OneFortyOne Community Capacity Building Grants. The partnership commenced in 2014 and has to date distributed $130,000 across thirteen charitable projects that have built capacity in the Limestone Coast. The 2019 OneFortyOne Community Capacity Building Grants have delivered a further $50,000 into […]
While most people know that forests absorb carbon dioxide, helping to mitigate the impacts of climate change; that they are one of the biggest contributors to regional economies; and that wildlife and ghost mushrooms live in them; did you also know they are also home to a bat cave or two? Nestled in the Green […]
In 1968 John Gorton was Prime Minister of Australia, Lyndon B Johnson was the US President, the Beatles were in the charts with Hey Jude and Otis Redding was Sitting on the Dock of the Bay. For OneFortyOne’s Pete Ransom 1968 was also the year he left school and started working in the timber industry. […]