Comments:Dungog, Australia residents celebrate continued protection of local forest

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Dungog model of nature conservactivism004:40, 6 September 2013

Dungog model of nature conservactivism

Excellently researched and presented story and lessons, thank you. Inspiring image of the residents of Dungog enjoying what nature is all about. Funny too, "the Settlers Arms", Dungog, reads like the name of a pub(?). By the way, they should receive substantial carbon credits for "a little more than one million hectares" of forest. :)

Kdarwish1 (talk)04:38, 6 September 2013