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THE FOREST EMBASSY

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THE NATIONAL FOREST UPRISING

STATEWIDE MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE NATIONAL FOREST UPRISING. The Forest Embassy Canberra Rally.

Supporters of the Forest Embassy believe Australian trees belong in the ground in Australian forests. The trees cut down are often hundreds of years old. Every year, more and more push is made into native forests. It’s a practice that has nature on the run. The Forest Embassy calls for an end to native forest logging by 2020 - nation wide.

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Buckenbowra State Forest, Compartment 517 almost entirely surrounded by Monga National Park. The boundary runs alongside the Corn Trail which is an historic walking path used by the Traditional Owners and later settlers to deliver corn to the Canberra region. There have been no concessions made in the logging of the adjacent compartments to within 50 meters of the Corn Trial. The aesthetic amenity has really suffered, along with the native forests which are lost for woodchips.

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The Corunna community ran a very strong campaign to save Corunna State Forest from logging.

Photo Richard Cooke.


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Logging Native Forests can no longer be accepted - and that is where the story of Corunna inevitably stops. The community is heartbroken at this loss and will never, never forget the decision of Forestry Corp NSW to log this beloved forest.

Giants of Macquarie Street. Elizabeth Walton, National Forest Embassy.

A Southern Boobook nesting at Corunna Forest.
Photo ©2018 Elizabeth Walton

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