Penny Sharpe: Shadow environment minister visits Far South Coast

By Albert McKnight
Updated February 3 2016 - 5:34am, first published 5:30am
ADVOCATING FOR FORESTS: NSW's shadow minister for the environment Penny Sharpe visits Doctor George Mountain while on her trip to the Far South Cost. Picture: Albert McKnight

Logging plantations instead of native forests and banning single-use plastic bags are two ways to improve the Far South Coast, according to NSW’s shadow minister for the environment. 



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