In this edition of Park Watch, we celebrate a victory for nature, the end of native forest logging in Victoria, whilst keeping a watchful eye on ‘rogue logging’ in our national parks.
Will rogue logging become the next forest-eating monster now we’ve (almost) banished VicForests?
We mark the Fat-tailed Dunnart being listed as Victoria’s 1,999th Vulnerable animal, ask where have all the flowers gone in Mt Cole, look at sustainable planning for sustainable energy, and show how you can send a postcard to support our Western Port Bay campaign.
We have updates on Western Port Woodlands, the Melbourne Strategic Assessment audit, protecting grasslands in Geelong’s growth areas,
From our community, we report on Malleefowl monitoring, Project Hindmarsh 2023, and how a space launch facility is threatening national parks in South Australia.
We chat to supporters Greg Noonan and Ian McKellar on their histories of enjoying and supporting nature in Victoria.
Plus Wild Families, Explorer’s Corners, NextGen Nature, In Parks, our winter activities calendar and much more!
And as always we have a range of other articles covering the most important issues concerning our national parks and other natural areas across our state.