Ecological Thinning Trial in NSW and Victorian River Red Gum Forests: Public environment report
This Public Environment Report provides comprehensive information on the design of a proposed ecological thinning trial for the NSW Murray Valley National Park (Millewa precinct) and Barmah National Park in Victoria. It also details measures to be adopted to mitigate any impacts from the trial.
Under the assessment process of the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999, the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) and Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) invite the public to comment on the Public Environment Report.
- Ecological Thinning Trial in NSW and Victorian River Red Gum Forests: Public environment report (140083ecothinredgum.pdf, 1.55MB)
- Ecological Thinning Trial in NSW and Victorian River Red Gum Forests: Public environment report - Appendices (140083ecothinredgumapps.pdf, 17MB)
More information: Research in the river red gum parks
Public exhibition for this document was from 26 February 2014 to 27 March 2014.
Public consultation for this document has ended.
Page last updated: 13 June 2014