Here at the Woodworks Museum and Interpretive Centre, the importance of positively communicating the forestry and wood industries is emphasised in a hands on, interactive way.
Learning about our forests as a natural renwable resource if managed appropriately, is an important part of education for the next generation, so they can take an active role in the care of the land.
The Danish Wood Initiative
Here is an interesting video produced by the Danish Wood Initiative that shows in a pretty unique way how wood is the world’s most environmentally friendly raw material, how wood harvesting is all part of the forestry cycle and how using wood is advantageous to the environment.
Schools Tree Day
Each year in July, around 2500 schools across Australia take part in Schools Tree Day. Students nation-wide have learnt how to plant, and care for the seedlings they grow. Become involved.
Teaching our children about Forests and the impact they have on our planet and community is one of the main goals of the Museum. Here are some links to wonderful teaching resources for all our kids, most of which have come from the excellent website of Forest Learning.
PRIMARY SCHOOL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS
SECONDARY SCHOOL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS AND STUDENTS
Private Forestry Service Queensland (PFSQ)
As the organisation with a Management Agreement for the operation of the Woodworks Museum & Interpretive Centre, Private Forestry Service Qld (PFSQ) is well equipped through the PFSQ website to offer landholders access to a myriad of resources.
Many of these resources can be downloaded for free and we urge all interested parties to visit the site to find the information they require.
Always, please feel free to call us here at PFSQ for any advice regarding your forestry resource.
8 FRASER ROAD, GYMPIE QLD 4570
07 5483 7691
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ENTRY FEES – includes both Museums
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CHILDREN UNDER 5 FREE