CEC Autumn 2023

In this issue: Arndilly, Council land fence-line follow-up. CEC BLAISING A CORRIDOR TRAIL FOR OUR LOCAL GLOSSY BLACK COCKATOOS, Keeping developers, and council planners, honest. A rainforest on the brink. Land For Wildlife new properties. Funding for the NSW Land for Wildlife (LfW) program. Callistemons of Stockyard Creek Road, Coaldale, Jan 2023.

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CEC Summer Newsletter 2023

In this issue: A LITTLE MORE ON THE KOALA WARS Forest wars, not quite done yet, Endangered Grevillea masonii  heading for extinction, Water Efficiency Working Group meeting, 24 Nov 22, Council's Biodiversity Offset requirement - Is it functional?, Lily's story - Eastern Grey joey, State Government's plastics incinerator plan, sprung, Another day in the bush, Report on management failures by NSW Forestry Corporation of State Forests in the Clarence Valley

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CEC Spring Newsletter 2022

In this issue: Wanted - Visionaries, Forest wars, not quite done yet, Hollow Hog demo day and why we need hollows, Are we seeing an end to native logging?, Spring is here, a day in the bush - the beautiful, rare and the ugly, Bertya longistylar (sp Nov, Endangered), The negative side of conservation, Destruction of protected landscapes - who is responsible?, All out to help our threatened species - Microbats and Glossy Blacks, Land for Wildlife update, Post Bushfire Condition of Dry Rainforest, stand up for koalas this upcoming NSW election

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