THE GARDENS OF STONE STAGE TWO PARK PROPOSAL located on the western edge of the Blue Mountains near Lithgow encompasses more than 40,000 hectares and adjoins the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
The Colong Foundation supports increased efforts to control feral horses in Kosciuszko National Park. The Foundation is concerned that an increasing number of parks are being degraded by feral horses.
Pure fresh water is our most precious natural resource. But intensive ‘longwall’ underground coal mining is now causing cracking of stream beds and under swamps, with water loss and pollution in several NSW drinking water catchments.
Help stop the damage to the water catchments for Sydney and Wollongong.
As you all know the federal and state governments, in bed with the mining industry and big business, have a “Master Plan” to wind back essential environmental protection laws right across Australia. Take action now to stop important and essential federal approval powers being handed to the states.
Threats to national parks from hunting, horse riding and exclusive, commercially-driven park development.
Raising the Warragamba Dam wall would cause significant damage to the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area upstream.
Take Action for Wilderness.
We must speak up for nature. Leading scientists report that the Park is at risk due to development, increased use, climate change, and introduced plants and animals.
“This is indeed the most challenging and the most potentially rewarding heritage project in our history “ Dr Geoff Mosley AM.
Maybe. And did you know the dingo is fast becoming extinct