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Have your say on plans to increase logging in our SW forests!
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Say no to a decade of destruction!
Recently the WA Government released shocking draft plans to lock in major increases to logging in our south-west forests for the next decade. These forests are home to threatened wildlife including numbats and black cockatoos, and include forests that have been classified by scientists as one of the ten most threatened ecosystems in Australia.
The good news is that the government agencies are required by law to consider all public comments received on their draft logging plans.
In its current form, the draft Forest Management Plan proposes to increase karri clearfelling and industrial logging of jarrah. It also proposes an increase in the destruction of Marri trees, critical for the survival of endangered cockatoos by 40%.
Our cockatoos, numbats and other threatened wildlife may not survive another decade of intensive, destructive logging.
Right now is the best chance we will have to save our numbats, cockatoos and other threatened species from another decade of logging. Please take action now to stop this destructive plan for increased logging in its tracks.