Our parks exist to protect the wildlife, landscapes and culture we love. But Forest Fire Management Victoria and VicForests are tearing up and removing parts of the popular Dandenong Ranges National Park.
They’re “disaster logging” the habitat of threatened native wildlife in forests recovering from storm events. Yellow-bellied and Greater Gliders, Powerful and Sooty Owls all have records in and around the proposed logging areas.
Our pressure has led FFMV to scale back the log removal operation from 110 down to 50 hectares. With your help we can keep protecting the places we love from taxpayer-funded exploitation.
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Dandenong Ranges threatened wildlife records overlaid on Forest Fire Management Victoria’s salvage works.