Hydrowood is using QR codes to track the provenance of their timber.

Sarah Davison
By Sarah Davison
Updated November 2 2021 - 9:09am, first published 4:11am
BRAND TASMANIA: The Design Centre Chair Megan Perkins , Minister for Trade Guy Barnett and Hydrowood co-founder Andrew Morgan. Picture: Paul Scambler

The "lost trees of Hydrowood" have become a part of the lore of Tasmania's West Coast.

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Sarah Davison

Sarah Davison

Journalist

Education reporter at The Examiner, with an additional focus on issues affecting the LGBTQIA+ community. With a background in Psychology, Sarah completed her Master's thesis on the Australian media's coverage of familicide. Get in touch: sarah.davison@examiner.com.au or 0448 682 861

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