On saturday February 27 we launched our new consumer awreness campaign at the Maryvale pulp mill. Victoria has some of the most magnificent and biodiverse forests in the world. But the majority of trees logged in Victoria's water catchments in the Central Highlands end up at the Mill to be woodchipped for paper products. Check here for details.
Kick Reflex out of our forests - Campaign launch
Check here for details on the consumer awareness campaign.
details on the launch
Saturday 27th February
Maryvale Mill - La Trobe Valley, near Morwell, 160 km East of Melbourne
Bus departs FoE, 312 Smith Street, Collingwood at 9am. To book your seat please email [email protected] or call 03 9419 8700
The majority (approximately 7 in every 10) of trees logged in Victoria's water catchments in the Central Highlands end up at the Maryvale Mill to be woodchipped for paper products. The new owners of the Maryvale Mill, the Nippon Paper Group also buy logs from around Victoria, New South Wales and Tasmania. It is time to tell the company that we won't buy forest destruction.
Bands, MC's, Speaker, BBQ and a look at the Mill.
Banners, props and constumes very welcome.
Fore more information, directions or to help out on the day, please email [email protected]
Victoria has some of the most magnificent and biodiverse forests in the world. These forests are also huge carbon banks, helping to reduce climate change, as well as maintaining water supplies and providing vital habitat for threatened and endangered species. Victoria is Australiaâ€™s most cleared state, and faces alarming extinction rates. Yet much of Victoriaâ€™s native forest estate is still being logged for woodchips.