Is this the saddest sign in our region?

Well, we think it could be a credible nomination, anyway: an eloquent testament to past abuse of the land, painfully slow recovery, and perhaps the under resourcing of our land management bodies.

Near Perkins reef in the Maldon Historic Reserve. The sign speaks volumes about the under resourcing of public land management in Victoria.

Near Perkins Reef in the Maldon Historic Reserve: the sign speaks volumes about environmental history, and the painfully slow rate of recovery from land degradation.


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1 Response to Is this the saddest sign in our region?

  1. elaine says:

    Interesting that there is little regeneration as Ian Lunts talk at Newstead talked of vast regenerating areas in our region for shrubs and trees. I wonder if it is related to having soil intact and not washed off from land management like burning, mining etc?

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