Harriet Swift

Harriett Swift is the Deputy Convener of the South East Region Conservation Alliance. An ANU graduate, she lives on the NSW far south coast in the forest where she has observed the logging industry at close range.

Harriett Swift is the Deputy Convener of the South East Region Conservation Alliance. An ANU graduate, she lives on the NSW far south coast in the forest where she has observed the logging industry at close range.


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Logging Eden: NSW south coast forestry dominated by potentially illegal wood-chipping

During 2020, 96% of trees felled in the NSW region of Eden were turned into woodchips, with 1.5% for firewood....

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