International Day of Forests Film Competition

To celebrate the United Nation’s International Day of Forests (21 March 2020) and inspired by the theme ‘Forests and Biodiversity: Too Precious to Lose’, OneFortyOne announced a Limestone Coast school student film competition and the results are in. Now in its second year OneFortyOne’s film competition encouraged students to create a short video that showcases the biodiversity of our local forests.

We were thrilled to receive over 30 fantastic videos from students across the region. Thank you to everyone who entered. We hope you enjoyed spending time in nature – we certainly loved watching all of your films.

Winner in the primary school category

Owen Lubbe with Biodiversity of local pines

Winner of the secondary school category

Molly Wild with Biodiversity in our forests

Runner up in the primary school category

Bonny DeNys with Bee is for Biodiversity

Runner up in the secondary school category

Elijah Bon with Biodiversity in Limestone Coast forests

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