Wednesday, February 06, 2008

picnic for our water - armstrong catchment

Come and hear why our water catchments need protecting, how logging affects water quality, quantity and wildlife and what you can do to help.

The picnic is on Saturday 9th February from 11am to 3pm and will be located 5km East of the Lake Mountain turn off, on the Marysville Woods Point Road

Come and join the Wilderness Society, the Central Highlands Alliance, me (Councillor Samantha Dunn - Yarra Ranges) and others in support of the protection of Melbourne's water catchments from woodchipping.

Logging in water catchments impacts both on the quality and quantity of water coming from out catchments. Come and hear why we need to protect these catchments. Listen to experts discuss the impacts of logging on water and Leadbeater's Possum, Victoria's faunal emblem. Then join us on an easy walk into some of the most beautiful old forests in the Central Highlands to hear how you can help protect Melbourne's catchments.

Bring your picnic hamper, the kids and a rug - all welcome to attend

RSVP to: Vanessa Culliford : 9038 0803 or

Melways reference 628 A3

If you need more info contact Vanessa Culliford (see details above)

If you'd like a flyer email me at

Look forward to seeing you there.

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