ABP regularly undertakes targeted field surveys to identify the presence of threatened species in our high conservation value forest areas. Field surveys include dusk/dawn stag watches (viewing hollows in trees), ground surveys for scat or diggings, bio-acoustic recorders and remote wildlife cameras.
In June 2021, Albany Chip Terminal (ACT) hosted a tour with upper school students and staff from the Western Australia College of Agriculture – Morawa. This tour helped students and staff understand more about forestry and ABP and provided information on career paths in forestry. Students came from a broadacre agriculture background, so they were […]
During the winter of 2021, students from Casterton Secondary College participated in ABP’s native species revegetation program.
Throughout the Green Triangle estate, ABP hosts an innovative nest box program which provides a safe and secure breeding sanctuary for threatened species.
Australian Bluegum Plantations was pleased to sponsor the wood chop competition at the 26th Annual Heywood Wood Wine & Roses Festival in February 2020.
The Australian government, at all levels has expressed their support to keep the forestry sector and its supply chains operating. ABP staff, contractors, along with members of the forestry industry have embraced the necessary measures and changes to stop the spread of the COVID–19 virus.