Frankland River forests - still standing in 2018

Often we don’t get to see the vast tract of forests that are protected by citizens who have camped deep in the remote Tarkine forests for months.  This film footage captures the very forests in Frankland River that have been saved from logging for the past two years by frontline non-violent direct action.


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  • Fiona Cottingham
    commented 2018-07-15 06:49:09 +1000
    Thank u thank u thank u
    I do what I can
    Over here we have East Gippland old growth temperate forests to protect also don’t forgetSupport the Emerald link concept before its too late
  • Donella Peters
    commented 2018-07-14 10:43:11 +1000
    Thank-you! What a beautiful forest; I really appreciated the chance to see it. I can’t join the protest, but I support you all the way – you are heroes!
  • Martin Willis
    commented 2018-07-13 08:10:50 +1000
    Thankyou to those wonderful, brave people who protect these magnificent forests. Why can’t our governments see the value of them? It will be a sad day if they are lost.
  • Steven Chaffer
    published this page in Tarkine Protest Camp 2018 2018-07-11 15:43:02 +1000