CEC Winter Newsletter 2022

In this issue:

  • Who could have predicted that? They have to be kidding!
  • CEC, working in support of Clarence Valley Council’s Koala Working Group
  • Land for Wildlife new members and properties in the Clarence Valley
  • Ending NSW native forest logging by 2024 to prepare for the climate emergency
  • Rest in Peace
  • State of the Environment Report, by Meredith Stanton
  • Small actions count; saving part of a population of the threatened pea Tephrosia filipes beneath powerlines. By Clive Barker
  • Microbats still thriving at Shannon Creek
  • Requesting a further change of heart from our state member
  • Camping out while doing a bit of citizen science along the way
  • More habitat destruction. Will it ever end?