On a winter's day in 1976, a band of conservationists gathered in Liffey, Tasmania, to create a new organisation, the Tasmanian Wilderness Society. The ensuing battle to save the Franklin River changed Australian history and established our reputation for grass-roots action and defiance. These qualities were taken to campaigns for wild nature right accross Australia. This book celebrates the places we have protected together and the strenuous efforts made to do so.
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