Take Action

You don't have to to be a full time forest activist or field ecologist to make a difference! There are loads of easy ways you can take action to help protect East Gippsland's forests.

See the sub page buttons above for petitions to sign and other ways you can get involved with the campaign.

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  • Laura Skeet
    commented 2018-07-21 11:22:27 +1000
    As a landscaper on the beautiful British Columbia I feel obliged to take action as I watch my forests dwindle little by little everyday. That is why I love my job, helping the greenery become more beautiful with http://www.aiolandscaping.com/ and a few summer hobbies out in the bush were my buddies build cabins. We call ourselves the tenders of the garden for a very good reason, and support your call for action. Thank you!
  • Mia Khalifa
    commented 2018-02-04 03:03:49 +1100
  • Mia Khalifa
    commented 2018-02-04 03:03:22 +1100
  • Patty Mattos
    commented 2018-01-17 06:27:30 +1100
    I loved its contents, I love forests and nature. http://cabelosemadeixas.com/curso-de-cabeleireiro/
  • Niiki Bahen
    posted about this on Facebook 2018-01-05 20:32:13 +1100
  • Leanne Green
    commented 2017-10-31 15:42:22 +1100
    Please support this campaign
    To stop the destruction of wildlife homes and and the beautiful forest
    Don’t let greedy uncaring logging destroy Kuark :(
    Enough is Enough
    Listen to the People !
  • Ingrid Shantidevi Maine
    commented 2017-06-04 07:59:36 +1000
    Lets ensure the beautiful greater glider has somewhere to thrive. Please support this campaign if you can.
  • Carla Robertson
    commented 2016-12-15 22:40:11 +1100
    Australia has the fastest extinction rate. We need to keep all the forest possible. If it was up to me…. NO more would go
  • robert vermont
    commented 2016-08-02 19:36:05 +1000
    These logging practices are subscribed by superannuation and banks. Lets go after them. Lets sue them and make them pay for the damage.
  • Craig Anthony Thomsom
    posted about this on Facebook 2016-05-22 12:06:02 +1000
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  • Craig Anthony Thomsom
    @craigt3939 tweeted link to this page. 2016-05-22 12:06:00 +1000
  • Fiona Cottingham
    commented 2016-04-13 07:28:00 +1000
    How can they sleep at nite these politicians
    Maybe if they go and see what their policies do to the environment instead of making laws from their comfy city offices they may see what is at stake .
    They are not voice
  • Chloe Lydia
    posted about this on Facebook 2016-01-13 10:32:05 +1100
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  • Tony Kennedy
    followed this page 2015-12-13 06:43:49 +1100
  • Kay Schieren
    commented 2015-12-04 15:15:06 +1100
    Hi – good on you. I am 67 years old and car-less, but on my own place there are about twice as many trees than were here 30 years ago. I have a tiny green footprint with solar power for most uses, except a few bits of machinery, which amount to less than 20l of fuel a month. I ride a tricycle with solar e-power to Bairnsdale twice a month and elsewhere too. Been to Canberra and back a year ago and threw paper plane flyers into the last question time. I think only the security robots read them.
  • Laraine Bunt
    commented 2015-12-04 13:27:49 +1100
    I take my hat off to all of the amazing activists who put their love of the environment above their own creature comforts.
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