Kiland announces Kangaroo Island biochar plan to stock exchange

Stan Gorton
By Stan Gorton
Updated June 29 2022 - 12:19am, first published 12:13am
Fire-damaged logs harvested in the months after the 2019/2020 bushfire disaster on Kangaroo Island. Picture: Kiland

The company Kiland, formerly Kangaroo Island Plantation Timbers, announced plans to convert its 4.5 million tonnes of fire-damaged timber into about 900,000 tonnes of biochar.


Stan Gorton

Stan Gorton


Walkley-nominated journalist based at The Islander on Kangaroo Island with an interest in the local community and the environment.