ForestrySA will carry out its spring fuel reduction burn program across its Mount Lofty Ranges forest estate within the coming weeks.
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ForestrySA will again welcome competitors and spectators to the Mount Burr Forest for this weekend's annual Pines Enduro.
The event was first held in South Australian Government-owned pine forests back in 1978 and 38 years on, ForestrySA is proud to be able to continue the legacy.
Residue burning will begin at Wattle Range this month, as ForestrySA continues its commitment to bushfire prevention.
ForestrySA will begin residue burning operations in the Wirrabara Forest in the coming weeks.
ForestrySA is reminding all forest visitors to take care this fire danger season, as preparations for a long dry summer continue across the popular Mount Lofty Ranges. The picturesque local forests are a popular recreational playground for thousands of visitors annually, but with fire danger season getting underway on 17 November the threat of bushfire is very real.
ForestrySA is readying itself for a hot, dry summer across the mid North forest districts of Bundaleer and Wirrabara. A range of fire preparation activities have been carried out across the 7,600ha estate to reduce fuel loads and provide clear forest access.
Members of the public can now peruse South Australia's forestry history in pictures, thanks to a unique community collaboration.
is increasing patrols and camera surveillance of its Green Triangle Native Forest
Reserves, following a spike in illegal wood collection activity.
The devastated Sampson Flat bushfire ground has proven a successful hands-on learning environment for TAFE students.