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Your love for the great beauty and diversity of our forests can last beyond your lifetime. Make a bequest for forests and wildlife...
|Spend Easter in the heart of East Gippsland's forests at Forests Forever Easter Ecology Camp. Read more and make a booking...||Calling or texting radio stations and letters to the Editor pages of local and city newspapers are a great way of getting the environment issue out there. Read more...|
|These websites, Facebook pages and causes can be really handy as campaigning tools or for simply staying informed. Take a look...||
Paper use is one of the biggest drivers behind deforestation worldwide. But you can minimise the impacts of your paper consumption.
Well known furniture, home improvement and flooring chains sell products made from native forest wood. Your purchasing decisions can help to make a difference.
|The logging, woodchipping & energy industries have plans to use native forests to produce electricity, and to convert forests into liquid bio-fuels. Find out more...|