75 Billion Dollar Lantana problem, Force Councils and others to eradicate it

75 Billion Dollar Lantana problem, Force Councils and others to eradicate it

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Garry Herbert started this petition to Lantana Removal Queensland

Lantana covers 10 Million Hectares because Councils, Main Roads, SEQW, NPWS and others Are no longer doing any work in these weeds. its a $75 Billion Dollar issue which in the next 10 Years will become a $300 Billion dollar problem, Its destroying our Water Courses, Native Habitat and National Parks. At this point in time Homes are now selling for Half there value because they are infested. NPWS kills Millions of animals per year in their burn off programs trying to stop people from seeing the infestation levels. We need Help to put it back as a priority as We want Councils, and the others to Cease releasing it into the environment immediately. If its Growing then the seeds are being released into the environment. Our children's future depend on our actions to fight for our Native Fauna, Flora and all other living beings so please sign on today and also if you can donate to a fighting Fund to educate and Document the current levels of infestations. Farmers are in terrible Problems with Lantana, But so is every Animal as its poisonous to all animals, People are recorded as having died after eating Lantana Berries and it chokes out and suppresses all other vegetation. Our National Parks are absolutely full of Lantana and other weeds and the Governments do nothing at all about it. SO join us in Demanding the Laws be changed to Eradicate Lantana and other toxic weeds. Councils should be forced to operate under their legal obligations to not release Lantana into the environment under the 2014 Bio security Obligations as should Main Roads, National Parks, South East Queensland Water and all of the NSW variants of these Departments and Councils. SO please sign our Petition for action. 

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