Media Release: Conservationist arrested in Tasmania’s Tarkine defending rainforests from logging

A conservationist has been arrested today for defending Tarkine rainforest from logging. The woman, who spent the day in a tree sit, has been taken to Smithton Police station.

“Citizens stalled the logging in Australia’s largest temperate rainforest today in an urgent plea to the State and Federal Government. Rainforest logging in the Tarkine needs to cease and protection of takayna / Tarkine in a World Heritage listed National Park,” Bob Brown Foundation’s Jenny Weber said.

 

 

“There are ancient rainforests and tall eucalyptus forests rich with habitat for the endangered Masked Owl, Grey Goshawk, Wedge-tailed Eagle, all shamefully being lost to logging,” Jenny Weber said.

Footage and photographs at this link: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/8wb8awv6q62je93/AAAPpNfcfCs0HXpwUvkYARmja?dl=0

 

Contact: Jenny Weber, 0427 366 929

 

 


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