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Change of ownership of part of Tarkine

A 338-hectare stretch between the Arthur River and Marrawah has been purchased from a private owner by the Aboriginal Land Council of Tasmania with a donation of $325,000 from well-known Tasmanian philanthropist Graeme Wood, combined with funds from the Indigenous Land Corporation the Bob Brown Foundation, and the Tasmania Land Conservancy according to an… 229 more words


Federal government has sanctioned more access to the Tarkine

The Bob Brown Foundation has released a number of statements including the following:

When Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull signed a new Regional Forest Agreement with Tasmanian Premier Hodgman in August, it was a death sentence for forests protected in reserves for decades… 287 more words


2000 Travels March 22


John had played games on his computer until nearly 5am, so he only had a short sleep before getting up this morning. 511 more words

2000 Travels

2000 Travels March 19


I encountered S, briefly, on her morning walk. Saw K and A and got their address details for our visit there on Thursday. 377 more words

2000 Travels

Destruction in the Tarkine

I have written before about loutish behaviour and disregard of the environment in the Tarkine. The news today brings another grim story, complete with a horrifying photograph. 41 more words


Love the Tarkine

Online I continue to come across websites and social media sites devoted to the Tarkine.

One of those on Twitter, Love the Tarkine can be found at… 39 more words


Illegal use of old tracks by vehicles in the Tarkine

All-terrain vehicles are accessing no go areas in the Tarkine. The news.com.au story claims “A Parks and Wildlife Service spokeswoman said investigators were “following a specific line of inquiry relating to two suspects and the alleged use of the barge to obtain illegal access to the Arthur Pieman Conservation Area. 159 more words