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LACA 25 years & still strong - we're celebrating

Last Updated on Saturday, 18 October 2014 01:41

        Invitation-LACA-25Years-web   Logan and Albert Conservation Association LACA 25 years and still strong - we're celebrating.                    Sunday 26 October 2014 from 12 noon at Mt Barney Lodge.

Foundation president Richard Zoomers will be attending as will be other foundation executive and members. LACA has had the guidance of several presidents during the years: Richard Zoomers, Andy Grodecki, John Mann, Anne Page. We are looking forward to celebrating the wonderful achievements of our organisation and strenghtening our resolve to continue active citizenship to protect what we value and love.

Many environmental issues that motivated caring concerned citizens to network together to not only protest against environmental harm and injustice but also to inform and educate the wider community about those issues still challenge us today. We still have quarries, inappropriate industry location, planning and development concerns, catchment and water quality problems, biodiversity and wildlife issues.

Since its inception in 1989, LACA has worked with community, council, industry, and government to develop understanding, commitment and actions for more sustainable living.

LACA aims...

    • To play an active role in the protection and enhancement of the environment.
    • To promote the concept of environmental sustainability as an essential criterion of planning for development.
    • To educate and inform the community on all aspects of conservation.
    • To research and report on current and proposed activities likely to affect the local environment.
    • To encourage the widest possible public consultation and informed debate on matters of conservation and environmental importance to the local community.

 

 

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