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Forestry move ahead with logging east of the highway


Community volunteers out marking wombat burrows in Mogo State Forest, east of the highway near Batemans Bay this morning to protect them from being crushed by Forestry operations.



Dawn Walker, NSW Greens MP says "It's madness that our public native forests continued to be logged and their greater value isn't seen by the Government"

The sections being logged are in yellow on the map here



Above: Logging debris above a rainforest gully as photographed on site last week

#Community #latest #BatemansBay #MaluaBay #Tomakin #Mogo

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