Warburton Environment

Saturday, 21 August 2021 - 12:00pm
Wurundjeri Country

For the second year running, Warburton Environment invites you to the Tall Trees Festival 2021, bringing together the voices of First Nations, leading scientists, campaigners, musicians, artists and community members.

VicForests, the state-owned logging company, is getting away with breaking its own rules. Warburton Environment is fighting VicForests in court and we need your support. We can’t rally in the streets in these Covid times, so join us in online solidarity, to protect the places we love.

All proceeds raised go directly to funding our active court case against VicForests.

Hear from many voices, including:

  • Lidia Thorpe, Victorian Greens Senator and Indigenous Activist
  • Pirritu (Brett Lee) Ngiyampaa man and First Nations singer-songwriter
  • Yin Paradies
  • Dr. Elle Bowd, Environmental scientist
  • Mal Webb music and Kylie Morrigan

More speakers and artists TBA

Please make sure you put your postal address in the info field if you are receiving a reward for your donation (from $25 onwards - Postage only within Australia).

You can read more about the court case here: https://www.warburtonenvironment.org/we-vs-vicforests

If you would like to make a direct donation to our fundraiser please do so here: https://chuffed.org/project/warburton-environment-v-vicforests

We acknowledge that this Festival takes place on the Sovereign Land of First Nation People’s. The forests we fight for are unceded lands and Indigenous people have been standing up for Country since colonisation began.

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