A Case for Fragile Granites
December 8 2021 - Statement in Defense of the Porongurup National Park to Department of Biodiversity Conservation and Attractions (Parks and Wildlife)
November 20 2021- Consultations Session, Common Ground Trails Staff & Project Reference Groups (PRG)
April 21 2020 - Excerpts from the Shire of Plantagenet - Ordinary Council Meeting
February 25 2020 - Friends of the Porongurup Range Statement read by Lucia Quearry
February 20 2020 - Parks for Nature - that IS the Attraction by Maggie Shanklin
February 2020 - Issues that emerged from the public comments with excerpts from submissions to GSCORE
Standing on Sacred Ground
Plans for bike trails through Porongurups off track
Ancient Range Reveals Totems
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