Western Australians to have their say on future of native South West forests

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Updated June 28 2021 - 10:41am, first published June 24 2021 - 12:30pm
In 2017, Nannup residents raised the alarm that old growth forest in Barrabup had been cleared for logging. An assessment found within the 530-hectare coupe, 43 hectares contained jarrah old-growth forest and 1.2 hectares of old-growth forest had been impacted by roadworks.
In 2017, Nannup residents raised the alarm that old growth forest in Barrabup had been cleared for logging. An assessment found within the 530-hectare coupe, 43 hectares contained jarrah old-growth forest and 1.2 hectares of old-growth forest had been impacted by roadworks.

Western Australians have the opportunity to provide their views on the value and use of the state's South-West native forests by participating in a survey.

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Emma Kirk

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Journalist for the Busselton Mail, Australian Community Media, and Fairfax Media.