West Australian Forest Alliance WAFA

(There exist an old website and a new website, here I have mixed both:)

WAFA works to protect the remaining forests and woodlands of south-west Western Australia. Many people wrongly believe that the logging of native forests is not still happening in WA. The WA Forest Alliance was formed in 1990 to provide an umbrella body for the many community environment organisations in Perth and throughout the South West that are concerned with forest conservation. Currently WAFA has 25 member organisations, most of them from the South West. (Homepage).

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Address: WAFA, City West Lotteries House, 2 Delhi St, West Perth 6005, Australia;
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About (old website): The WA Forest Alliance (WAFA) was formed in 1990 to provide an umbrella body for the many community environment organisations in Perth and throughout the South West that are concerned with forest conservation.  

  • Currently WAFA has 25 member organisations, most of them from the South West. Representatives of member bodies meet together as ‘WAFA’ every two months to exchange information and co-ordinate campaigns. The WA Forest Alliance wants no more logging, thinning or clearing of native forests and woodlands in WA.

Forests forever? It’s now or never!

  • WAFA continues to highlight to government and the public, the real alternatives for the South West and for the timber industry.
  • A socially, ecologically and economically sustainable wood products industry is possible if it is built around existing and future agro-forestry and plantation resources.

About (new website):

  • The WA Forest Alliance (WAFA) was formed in 1990 to provide an umbrella body for the many community environment organisations in Perth and throughout the South West that are concerned with forest conservation.
  • Currently WAFA has 30 member organisations, most of them from centres throughout the South West. Representatives of member bodies meet together as ‘WAFA’ every two months to exchange information and co-ordinate campaigns.
  • WAFA seeks an immediate halt to the destruction, through logging and frequent burning, of all remaining old growth and high conservation value native forests.
  • WAFA continues to highlight to government and the public, the real alternatives for the South West and for the timber industry. A socially, ecologically and economically sustainable wood products industry is possible if it is built around existing and future agro-forestry and plantation resources.

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