Save Tarwyn Park

Published: July 15, 2016

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Stand with the Andrews Family to Save 'Tarwyn Park'

 The Andrews family are graziers, horse-breeders and environmental trailblazers, who invented a system of repairing degraded landscapes known as ‘Natural Sequence Farming’.

 But now Korean coal company KEPCO has purchased the iconic property “Tarwyn Park” in the Bylong Valley of NSW where they pioneered their extraordinary work on sustainable agriculture, and this magnificent property is destined to be ruined by an enormous open-cut and underground coal mine.

Peter Andrews has this week returned to the property with 20 horses to squat on it in protest at the loss of the incredible heritage and scientific values of the site.

The NSW Heritage Minister, Mark Speakman, has the power to issue an Interim Heritage Order over Tarwyn Park, which would be a big step towards protecting this special site. Please take a few moments to call Minister Speakman's office now and ask him to give Tarwyn Park the protection it needs.

Can you call Mark Speakman, NSW Heritage Minister? Call now.

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