To stop illegal land clearing, hold perpetrators accountable with fines and re-vegetation.
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The Sheppard family have been proud supporters of the Land for Wildlife programme. They instill a love of nature into their 2 children. You can imagine their shock when the property behind them was in the process of being unlawfully cleared, apprx 1/3 of 50 hectares. A call to local council was met with a quick response and the bulldozers were stopped. The property owners may still apply for a back dated permit now that the property has been partially cleared. This acreage is high risk environment with 154 possible endangered species. With no wildlife spotters, any animals in hollows didn't stand a chance as the trees were bulldozed into piles. What's worse it is nesting season! This is a chance for our community to stand together and show that unlawful tree clearing will not be tolerated. These laws are in place for the benefit of our future generations. If there is enough support Jocelynne Berry Sheppard simply would like the council ask the owners to replant the trees and that this does not pave the way for another development.
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