NCC is hosting a panel discussion on the future of native forest logging in South Coast forests at the Moruya Golf Club on the 4th of April from 6-7:30pm. This event has free entry!
The panel will feature a combination of experts and members of the local community who have particular interest in the conservation of this region's public forests. These include:
Professor David Lindenmayer: A world-leading expert in forest ecology and resource management, conservation science, and biodiversity conservation from the Australian National University.
Sean Dooley: The National Public Affairs Manager of Birdlife Australia, birdwatcher, author and former editor of the magazine Australian Birdlife.
Julie Taylor-Mills: Southern Representative of the Nature Conservation Council board.
Fiona McCuaig: Local business operator, owner of the Bodalla Dairy and Bodalla pub and also a member of the Narooma Chamber of Commerce.
Uncle Bunja Smith: Uncle Bunja is a Walbanga Elder of the Yuin nation, with deep roots in the Eurobodalla.
Joslyn Van Der Moolen: Member of the Coastwatchers Association Forest Working Group, Joslyn has been involved in forest activism for years. This includes surveying and auditing local forests before and after logging.
Please join us for what is sure to be a fantastic evening.
Make sure you register to ensure you have a seat.