Of the old-growth forest that existed in Tasmania prior to European settlement, less than one quarter remains today and one fifth of that lies outside of conservation reserves.
This book is about high conservation-value forest that is not in national parks or reserves.
- An exploration by image and word of three southern valleys, the Florentine, Styx and Weld
- Featuring photographs from eleven Tasmanian photographers
- Foreword by Christine Milne and essays on biodiversity, green carbon and water by Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick, Margaret Blakers and David Leaman