Forestry Corp to pay $500,000 after removal of trees at Coopernook State Forest

By Staff Reporters
Updated November 23 2023 - 11:43am, first published November 17 2023 - 1:33pm
Illegal removing of trees in a riparian zone in Coopernook State Forest. Picture EPA.
Illegal removing of trees in a riparian zone in Coopernook State Forest. Picture EPA.

Forestry Corporation of NSW must pay $500,000 towards four environmental projects in a legally binding Enforceable Undertaking with the NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) following the alleged illegal harvesting of 17 protected trees in Coopernook State Forest on the NSW Mid North Coast.

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