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Koalas existence is threatened in S.E. Qld - info and petition

Maybe not exactly garden-related but many of us will be keen conservationists.

Received a note from the Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association http://www.biepa.org via the CREEC mailing list. CREEC is Caboolture Regional Environmental Education Centre at Burpengary http://www.creec.org.au/.

The Redlands Council is concerned about the rate of tree-clearing in their area and the consequent threat to Koalas. The website http://www.redland.qld.gov.au/NewsEvents/PublicNotices/Pages/Koalapetition.aspx
has a link to a State Parliament e-petition and a printable petition.

Please check the petition and if it accords with your views, please sign it. Oh, and remember to note down the number as part of the petition-signing process.

Elaine

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Comment by Scarlett on July 5, 2009 at 13:01
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