The National Parks Association of NSW has congratulated the NSW Government on today’s announcement that it has acquired the former Thurloo Downs property to create a major new National Park in the state’s northwest.
‘This is a fantastic day for conservation in NSW’ stated NPA President Dr Grahame Douglas. ‘Not just because of the sheer size of the acquisition, which is more than 400,000 hectares, but because those hectares have been carefully selected to bring protection into bio-regions that are chronically under-represented in the current reserve system’
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The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) welcomes the NSW Government’s announcement of the purchase of 166,924 hectares to create two new national parks in Western NSW.
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National Parks Association of NSW president, Dr Grahame Douglas has welcomed Environment Minister Matt Kean’s announcement of a new national park near Broken Hill.
Dr Douglas stated, ‘Western NSW has long been recognised as the big gap in the NSW reserve system.
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The National Parks Association of NSW (NPA) warmly welcomes the NSW government’s purchase of over 150,000 ha of private land for a new national park in northwest NSW.
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Parks Association of NSW (NPA) is alarmed at revelations that new local land
clearing codes are being trialled near Walgett.
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Margot Law, Citizen Science Officer
The ‘Bringing Back the Buzz to the Cumberland Plain Woodland’ project aims to restore pollinator habitat in remnant patches of the Cumberland Plain Woodland in South Western Sydney.
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