Posted by lilia
Posted on December 15, 2011, in Maps. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
Miranda you are an angel, wonderful work, I am sure you will be overwhelmed by the response as more people become aware of what you are doing, you will be in my thoughts.
Good on you Miranda, there are precious few old growths left. Great way to spread the word to the world. These Tassie forests are too precious to be destroyed for such short term gain. There is no second chances to Forest which is hundreds if not thousands of years old. I really support your effort up there, ripple that pond!:)
The failure to pursue the World Heritage extension has given the the loggers a free pass to wreck Tasmanian wilderness
Was out your way a few days ago and nearly fell over when I saw what magnificent old forests were falling. The hardest part was sitting behind a logging truck on the way home with logs so huge they could only fit 5 or so on it. Why is this carnage of such big magnificent trees allowed to go on? When is enough enough? Keep up the good fight!
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