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History of Mundlimup Forest

Jarrahdale Forest Protectors – Mundlimup Jarrahdale’s history: first mill town in the metropolitan area, significant exporter, massive timber concession, almost total removal of millable jarrah, now on third logging, but trees available and being taken are much...

FPC objects to logging in the Serpentine Forest

 JARRAHDALE FOREST PROTECTORS Inc. P O Jarrahdale WA 6124 info@fpc.wa.gov.au  The Jarrahdale Forest Protectors wish to lodge an objection to the proposed logging of the Serpentine Coupe in the 2020 Indicative Harvest Plan. We would like to know the cost/benefit of...

Hug a Tree

“Whether you call it a fitness trend or a mindfulness practice (or a bit of both), what exactly is forest bathing? The term emerged in Japan in the 1980s as a physiological and psychological exercise called shinrin-yoku (“forest bathing” or “taking in the forest...

2019 – A Year Recapped

WHAT’S BEEN HAPPENING? Building background knowledge, establishing contacts and meeting relevant people. 20 February 2019 AGM and General Meeting: Appointed committee members: Jan Star, Jenny Budd, Ric Sambell and Vicky Kerfoot. Raised proximity of Alcoa mining;...

History of Mundlimup

Jarrahdale’s history: first mill town in the state, significant exporter, massive timber concession, almost total removal of millable jarrah, now on third logging, but trees available and being taken are much smaller.  Main mill closed 1997 after massive build up...

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