Save the Highett Grassy Woodland
Please help to save this precious public land for recreation and the environment!
Amazingly, the Highett Grassy Woodland has survived in Melbourne despite 150 years of grazing, market gardens, tree felling, and building in the surrounding area.
We ALL need Open Space...!
- Bayside Council Protects Parkland at CSIRO Site
- A Letter to Supporters of the HGW
- Andrew Robb working hard to Save HGW
- Coalition Pledge to Retain HGW
- Highett Grassy Woodlands Plan Revealed
- Behind The Cyclone Wire
- CSIRO accused of ‘Hiding’ Report
- Green Group wants Third of Site Saved
- Letter from ‘Places Victoria’
- CSIRO Denies Sale in Highett
- Age Journalist Reports Sale
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The Grassy Woodland NEEDS AT LEAST 3 Hectares to survive!
At LEAST 3 Hectares needs COMPLETE protection !
The Sale Process is VERY close to a POSITIVE Conclusion!
The Highett Grassy Woodland is part of a site in Highett, owned by CSIRO on behalf of the Federal Government, mainly between Graham Road and Middleton Street, Highett, Victoria, Australia.
At the Environmental Volunteers morning tea on Tuesday 12th May 2015 at Bayside Council, Mayor Felicity Frederico announced the wonderful news that Bayside City Council would be the land manager of 4 hectares of the soon to be gifted land at CSIRO, Highett. Thank you to the dedicated team headed by Michael Norris and Pauline Reynolds, who have worked so hard to make this happen.
A process still needs to be completed before the land can be transferred.
THANK YOU to EVERYONE who has supported the campaign to save the Highett Grassy Woodland
The Highett Grassy Woodland has survived in Melbourne despite 150 years of grazing, market gardens, tree felling, and building in the surrounding area.
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