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 […]
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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. […]
The videos are in, the votes have been counted and it is fair to say there are some very talented young people across the Limestone Coast who just love forests! The team at OneFortyOne have been overwhelmed by the response to their International Day of Forests competition, with 36 students from across the region submitting […]
No one can deny the importance of local timber mills for regional jobs and the economy, however the often-aging infrastructure has, in the past presented challenges with air pollution and quality. Even before purchasing the Jubilee Highway Sawmill last year, OneFortyOne was in discussions with the South Australian Environment Protection Authority on air quality to […]