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Liane Rossler 18 Jan 11
You don't need to buy paper made from trees. Officeworks sell paper made from wheat waste. It's good. Don't buy
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Seppo 1 May 15
The First of May Party of the Red-breasted Flycatchers.
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FFRC Feb 17
In the Supreme Court tomorrow we'll make final submissions in our case to protect in ! > v Sec.() & >2:15pm 19 Feb & 10am 20-21 Feb >William Cooper Justice Centre, Supreme Court, 223 William St. Melb., Lvl 3 Crt 6
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Environmental Justice Australia Dec 19
BREAKING: This week, in our Supreme Court case, Victoria's Environment Department agreed that logging in should stop entirely.
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Panoptikon Photos 3 Feb 15
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Sarah Rees 🌏 15 Jan 18
Mapping recreation in the forests of Gippsland and I’m camped beneath a family of Yellow-bellied Gliders, amazing to hear their ‘milk-frother’ calls.
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Dave Moore Jan 8
Sabattical: day 1 unpackingand planning time to get to that list ... and these books
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Eco-shout Dec 9
Join in Vic's Supreme Court from 10.30am today and throughout the week to support our . EJA with are fighting to stop logging in over 30 areas of spectacular forest. Court 6, William Cooper Justice Centre, Supreme Court, Floor 3, 223 William St.
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Great Forest NP 16 Dec 17
Hangin’ out in the great forests this summer means different things to different people 🌳😉
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FFRC Nov 28
Last year we began our legal defence of 's from logging. We’re finally heading to court on Mon 10 December! But now we're defending right across the region! Donate to give our forests the best chance of protection:
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FFRC Dec 5
In the shadow of Mount Ellery, 's tallest mountain, 's beautiful form a large contiguous patch of healthy, intact forests with the nearby Errinundra National Park. Help protect them, donate to our legal defence fund:
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Peter Dawe Jan 5
Loving exploring & connecting with of SW NZ - trees over 1000 y/o. How could we as a species harm or remove something that has looked after so many other species for so long - my Kahikatea & it’s cousin Rimu with the stories in its bark
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NS Nature Trust 16 Dec 15
Over ninety-nine percent of Nova Scotia’s have already been lost : (902)425-5263
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Cascade-Siskiyou 27 Oct 16
Supporters speaking up for & teaching Jackson county commissioners that the best forest fire protection is
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mpathesii Jul 11
I signed the to save . Join me and tell the to protect our vulnerable biodiversity!
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Charlotte Dawe 23 Feb 18
Hey, you! Do you want a future with ? A future where younger generations can experience the humbling feeling of standing next to ancient giant trees? Sign this petition telling policymakers to today.
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Jill Schroder Feb 6
Big day for Over 20,000 BCers have signed on to ask Horgan to act to stop our precious old growth trees. Tell YOUR MLA to act now... time is running out.
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Sustainable Northern Nova Scotia 21 May 18
Whole tree harvesting, especially from , for is . It must be stopped. Ban
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Seppo 6 Jan 14
Replying to @CartoonRalph
. The idea of has also been popular in Finnish forestry... :(
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Wild Coho Jul 11
The most exciting bit is that we still have some of these incredible trees & surrounding forests to study.
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