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Manyana Matters Environmental Association 19h
: the story so far. 20 ha unburnt refuge, surrounded by razed national parks, now provides crucial post habitat. View story then please get yr submission to the minister by 7th July. Go to Facebook for more info.
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Bushfire Survivors 14h
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Peter Puskic Jun 30
the Koala has passed away. Paul was the first koala at the Port Mac. Koala Hospital to be brought into care during the 🐨
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🥂The Barrowboy🥂 Jul 1
Me breathing in and faking death, knowing 2020 will continue to be awful!
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Nick Wasiliev Jul 1
Got the camera out on a recent trip to take photos of life after the . Feels eerily surreal that this only happened a few months ago. 📸
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Janelle Fletcher Jun 30
More reasons why 20.2 ha site in needs protecting: providing habitat in post
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💧Kristen Davey 🌏 Jul 1
Are you kidding me, ? Victoria carries out illegal & the current court findings prove it! After our unprecedented 2019/20, our forests need to be left alone to recover to save our .
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Elaine Johnson Jun 26
Replying to @ElaineEDO
Here’s how to make a submission on the Federal assessment of this important wildlife refuge following the devastating
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Janelle Fletcher Jun 29
Powerful Owls need homes too. Just another reason to protect 20.2 ha unburnt refuge in & to include in your submission to the minister to protect flora & fauna of this site.
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J-Lux352🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🇪🇺 23h
Remember when the were the worst thing to happen in the world in 2020?
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Manyana Matters Environmental Association Jun 30
🙏NORTAG! for supporting our campaign to save 20 ha unburnt refuge in the midst of . We need to protect it for flora & fauna living there now & it needs to remain intact to regenerate the razed Conjola NP. Head to Manyana Matters FB to help with yr submissions
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Susan Curtin Art Jun 30
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Tara Horak Jun 27
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katyiscoming2 🌼 Jul 1
We all say that 2020 has been the worst year of our lives. But what if 2020 has been engraved in history to teach us that what we have been doing for many years is wrong? 2020 might be here to SAVE US finally.
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Matthew Toohey BA 6h
Replying to @iso_economist
I'm as mystified as you. I guess the and have drowned out almost everything else in .
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Janelle Fletcher Jun 28
Here’s some tips on writing a submission/email to save 20.2 ha unburnt forest. Please check the Manyana_Matters Twitter for more details & Mayanna Matters Facebook page
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Manyana Matters Environmental Association Jun 29
That's right David. A submission doesn't need to be a drag; it's important your voice to protect this land is heard. Find info on ; head over to Manyana Matters Facebook & Instagram to stay up-to-date.
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QUT Jun 29
"There is an imperative for all industries, governments, and communities to be better prepared in the face of disaster," said Emeritus Professor Gerry FitzGerald Gerard FitzGerald. Read more:
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Schwartziris Jun 29
Replying to @zalisteggall
She needs some basic fire training then. That and education about how dry plants burn compared to wet, how affects all these things. Simply put, she needs educating. But so do the rest of the mob!
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Manyana Matters Environmental Association Jun 30
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