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Give today to save our wildlife from logging
Our governments just signed a death warrant for millions of native animals by renewing destructive 20 year logging deals know as ‘Regional Forest Agreements’.
These ‘agreements’ exempt logging from national environment laws and have already resulted in the deaths of countless native species, driving many like the koala to the brink of extinction.
Giving to NPA will enable us to continue to campaign for an end to logging on public land and keep exposing the impacts that logging has on our wildlife.
National Parks Association of NSW has a proud conservation history. Over the past 60 years we have been involved in the establishment of many of the national parks and protected areas in NSW today.
Connecting people with nature is one of the most effective means of changing people’s perception and enthusiasm for the environment. Our citizen science and community engagement initiatives provide a chance for people to get involved directly in conservation.
Your donation today will help preserve our natural heritage, wildlife and special places for future generations.
It began with a suggestion from park ranger Mike Dodkin (still involved 40 years later) that the newly formed Mid North Coast branch of NPA undertake some on-ground conservation work in Crowdy Bay National Park.
Environment groups have today slammed a new logging industry report claiming dramatic losses of jobs and to the economy from the creation of the Great Koala National Park as baseless scaremongering.
The timber industry’s attempt to scare the public with claims the Great Koala National Park will harm regional economies seeks to distract from the logging that is pushing koalas closer to extinction.