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Comment on ‘Chain gang’ or holiday gaol time: a crucial question for our parks by Ian Sharp.

Crikey, Steve is not shy about demonstrating his ignorance on national parks and biodiversity. His solution to the problems posed by invading grasses seems to be twofold:
1. dump a bucket on scientists and rangers
2. turn the parks into grazing lands
Not much point in having national parks if that’s what we do.

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‘Chain gang’ or holiday gaol time: a crucial question for our parks
Thanks Bob, not everyone may be aware the Western Macs National Park (which includes Simpsons Gap) has been nominated by the NT Govt for World Heritage listing. What a big step that would be for us, a lot of informed tourists take that into account when planning their itineraries. For those interested in further info check out this website and the links it contains (apologies Steve, much of which written by experts): http://www.nretas.nt.gov.au/?a=1179


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