Concern raised that draft conservation plan poses risks to the Central West

By Bryson Ferreira
Updated May 8 2016 - 9:38pm, first published 5:46pm
LEGISLATION FLAWS: NSW Nature Conservation CEO Kate Smolski was in Orange on Friday explaining the risks to the region if major state conservation and planning law reforms are introduced by the NSW government. Photo: STEVE GOSCH. 0507sgnature1

NOTHING is considered too precious to destroy is a  sentiment that is one of many flaws of the state government’s draft biodiversity package according to NSW Nature Conservation CEO Kate Smolski.



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