Petition Praying that no exploration or other Mining activities be permitted on the Howard Springs Hunting Reserve the Reserve be retained as an area of natural bush
Tabled Paper 1087
Tabled papers for 8th Assembly 1997 - 2001; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Michael Reed
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AN D YOUR PETITIONERS THEREFO RE HUM B LY PR AY TH AT 1. No exploration or other mining activities be permitted on the Howard Springs Hunting Reserve 2. The Reserve be retained as an area of natural bush for conservation of flora and fauna and for recreational hunting for the benefit of the people of Darwin and the rural area; 3. The Reserve be extended to include other areas of the Howard River catchment and surrounding wetlands and mangrove communities. A N D YOUR PETITIO N ERS, AS IN DUTY B O U N D , W ILL EVER PRAY. signature J. r . i, / A / p . name C l fefrn/ S kzK < f S o y / * ( J s f r y r /< fn d i C L ^ r O b i \MQ2_ V<2crC$ Lgfc/iLi / - O *y/ address JZ __// / p __ Q.cJ, C j- r f^ C f id ( j t ' S>x c% T )S T o (Rc k 3 ? i l 5 Q Q ) n n d l i C P<3 970 H o j oy ( 9 $ ! % 'P.&Sb* Z g tf/s 5 r ^ . D >o W . petition organised by the Top End Native Plant Society Inc, PO Box 135 Palmerston with support from the NT Shooters Council Inc, r
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