Yet another NEFA audit, this time of logging in Sugarloaf State Forest, reveals reckless and needless damage to Habitat trees, Yellow-bellied Glider feed trees, rainforest and koala habitat.
You can read the full audit here
Once again, another inspection by NEFA show that Forestry Corporation disregard the conditions of their logging licences.Read more
NEFA has documented that the Forestry Corporation of NSW have breached the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act by not abiding by a national recovery plan, the National Parks and Wildlife Act by roading and logging the Endangered Ecological Community Lowland Rainforest, as well as committing breaches of 4 conditions of the Integrated Forestry Operational Approval, 41 conditions of the Threatened Species Licence, 19 conditions of the Environment Protection Licence, 7 conditions of the Fisheries Licence and numerous conditions of their own Harvesting Plan.
In February 2014, a NEFA team audited logging operations in Whian Whian.
To read the report of their findings click here.
Cherry Tree State Forest adjoins Mallanganee National Park on the Richmond Range, west of
Casino. Logging of compartments 359, 360 & 361 of Cherry Tree SF began in January 2015. A
NEFA recky of Cherry Tree SF on 8 March 2015 revealed a variety of problems. In summary:
At least eight vulnerable Onion Cedars have so far been damaged or killed. The EPA must
prosecute for this flagrant breach of the Threatened Species Licence.