We don't need another Regional Forest
Agreement, we urgently need an exit strategy
 from woodchipping native forests.

 


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The 20 year Regional Forest Agreements for Eden and Southern Regions will expire soon. The NSW Government is calling for submissions on how State Forests should be managed in the future.

Measures needed in an exit from native forest logging and woodchipping 

Submission to Environment Protection Authority on RFA Reviews

Submission to Department of Primary Industries

 

The Government wants submissions in 2 stages:

1. To the Environment Protection Authority on past logging, closed 23 February 2018
2. To the Department of Primary Industries on logging for an indefinite period into the future, due 12 March 2018.
Submissions must have the correct cover sheet which you can get from the link below.
DETAILS ON HOW, WHAT, WHY, WHEN ►

RFA flyer

Make a quick submission
National Parks Association  RFA submission letter

Greens MP Dawn Walker. Make a submission against failed RFAs

In East Gippsland?  Goongerah Environment Centre (GECO) submission  

     Media statements
 
16 February 2018  Woodchipping industry needs an exit strategy, not another RFA
 
13 February 2018
Protest at Eden forest “drop in”
  
30 January 2018
Regional forest campaigners say consultations a “sham“


Submission on Integrated Forestry Operations Approvals (IFOA) Remake

     
     
     
     


20 years of RFA woodchipping is 20 years too long!