Property Rights Australia will hold its annual conference in Chinchilla on Saturday June 3, under the theme of “Building resilience through community”.
In this opinion piece, Property Rights Australia spokesperson and Queensland cattle producer Dale Stiller says that with a Queensland election around the corner, environmental activist groups are stepping up their campaigns for more onerous vegetation management regulations.
A victory for common sense is how rural groups have the greeted the defeat of the Queensland Government’s controversial tree clearing crackdown in a parliamentary vote late last night.
Rural landholder advocacy group Property Rights Australia (PRA) has voiced concern about letters sent before Christmas by the Federal Department of Environment to landholders with Queensland Government-approved High Value Agriculture (HVA) clearing permits.
Going along with World Wildlife Fund schemes to promote sustainability just perpetuates the myth that they occupy some higher moral ground, which they do not, argues Property Rights Australia chair Dale Stiller.