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    ACT Tree Protection Workshop


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    Learn how you can help protect ACT's precious urban trees under the new Urban Forest Act (ACT)!

    Living in a leafy, tree-filled community like Canberra gives us a range of benefits. 

    Trees are an integral part of our neighbourhoods. Yet, conflicts about trees can and do arise.

    Come along to our free, one-hour workshop and hear how you can protect trees on both leased and public land under the new Urban Forest Act. Learn:

    • what you can do to protect a tree
    • what actions you can take if you suspect a protected tree is being damaged or impacted upon unlawfully
    • what can happen if someone wants to damage or impact a protected tree on your property, and
    • what decisions about protected trees can be reviewed, either internally or by the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal (ACAT)


    When: 25 June 2024 6.30-7.30pm

    Where: ACT Conservation Council

    Places are limited, secure your spot today!

    RSVP by 24 June 2024


    Speakers

    Belinda Rayment, EDO Special Counsel, Legal Education
    Isobel Brinin, EDO Senior Solicitor, ACT 

    About the EDO

    Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) is the largest environmental legal centre in the Australia-Pacific, dedicated to protecting our climate, communities and shared environment by providing access to justice, running groundbreaking litigation and leading law reform advocacy.

    We are an accredited community legal service and a non-government, not-for-profit organisation that uses the law to protect and defend Australia’s wildlife, people and places.


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