Political outreach broadens
We are delighted that representatives of the Blue Mountains Conservation Society today met with Hon. Tony Burke MP, Shadow Minister for the Environment and Water, to brief him about Leave Radiata Plateau Wild.
We emphasised the significance of the area and its environmental values, and discussed the Commonwealth's responsibility for conserving Commonwealth listed endangered species found on the site. It was a positive meeting.
As awareness of Radiata Plateau grows, strength is added to our community voice – we'd like to thank you again for your continued support.
In case you missed it, you can read our September 'Hut News', the Society's monthly newsletter, here.
Political support growing for Leave Radiata Plateau Wild
We are delighted that representatives of the Blue Mountains Conservation Society have now met with both our local Federal MP, Susan Templeman, and State MP, Trish Doyle, to discuss Leave Radiata Plateau Wild.
Both Ministers are very supportive, with Susan Templeman arranging for the Society and local residents to meet with the Federal Opposition Environment Minister, Tony Burke, to discuss the campaign further.
This growing support is exciting and continues to add strength to the Council's commitment and our community voice.
See the September 'Hut News', the Society's monthly newsletter, which has a double page article about the campaign - available online here.
Council unanimously committed to Leaving Radiata Plateau Wild