Japanese Forest Campaigners visit South East Forests
Local forest campaigners, Keith Hughes and Harriett Swift last week hosted a familiarisation tour of south east forests by Japanese campaigners.
The tour included visits to logging operations, forests, meeting some Australian wildlife, including a koala and the Nippon Paper owned Eden chipmill.
Pictured here, after inspecting koala habitat in Tanja State Forest with (from left) Tony Dean, Keith Hughes, Jamie Shaw, Harriett Swift, Toyo Kawakami and Hotaru Kishida.
Contact: Harriett Swift 0414908997
21 April 2013
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