Victoria’s state-owned logging company VicForests plans to log sensitive habitat between the Mount Stirling Alpine Resort and the Alpine National Park.
Endangered forest-dependent animals like the Greater Glider and Sooty Owl, both of which are highly susceptible to the impacts of timber harvesting, are at risk. There are at least seven threatened plants and seven threatened animals within the Stirling link area alone.
We are deeply concerned about the harm logging will do to the threatened wildlife that depend on these forests.
We should be protecting our these incredible natural places, not logging them.
Tell the new environment minister that you don’t want Mt Stirling logged.
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