This week I added my voice to the Save Sacred Land at Kariong campaign with a letter to the NSW Environment Minister Robyn Parker calling on her to honour their election commitment to acquire land at Bambara Rd, Kariong for inclusion in Brisbane Waters National Park. The land is rich in biodiversity and Aboriginal values and has been for sale on and off and under threat of development for decades. In July the government appointed an independent mediator to negotiate the voluntary acquisition of the land and now local conservationists are anxiously waiting on news of a deal. I have asked for an update on the negotiations to acquire the land. The government must not let this opportunity slip away. At least 12 threatened species call the land home. They are species like the powerful owl, long-nosed potoroo, spotted tailed quoll and the giant burrowing frog who cannot afford to lose yet more habitat to development. Read my letter here …….and write one yourself below.