Tuesday 16 April 2013



The beautiful site known as The Drip, at the headwaters of the Goulburn River near Mudgee, is one of the icons identified in NSW as threatened by mining.

 The proposed expansion of the Moolarben northern exploration drilling program is a direct threat to The Drip, which y
ou can learn more about here http://www.mudgeebusiness.com/the-drip---ulan.html

Nature Conservation Council (NCC) is currently conducting an 'Icons Under Threat' tour across NSW and the Mudgee District Environment Group as a member of NCC invites you to join them for a special event.

 WHAT: Morning Tea and walk to The Drip, catch up on latest campaign news and threats, video of people and place

WHO: Meet Pepe Clarke, NCC CEO, Kate Smolski, NCC campaigns manager, James Tremain, NCC media officer with members of MDEG and a group of artists working to Save the Drip

WHEN: 10am Saturday 20 April

WHERE: The Drip picnic area

Please contact Bev Smiles on 0428 817 282 if you can attend and bring some friends