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Destruction of the Leard and threat to the Pilliga concerns everyone

LEARD STATE FOREST has been the largest area of intact remnant vegetation remaining in the northern Liverpool Plains. Part of this forest is nationally-listed and critically endangered box-gum woodland, of which only 0.1% remains where once it existed through much of the eastern states.

White Box, Yellow Box, Blakeley’s Red Gum Woodland is listed as a ‘Critically Endangered Ecological Community (CEEC)’ at a national level…

Download Leard State Forest special report.

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