Upper Hunter residents say coal mine rehab should include replanting woodland and forest corridors

Gabriel Fowler
By Gabriel Fowler
Updated July 11 2022 - 6:23am, first published July 10 2022 - 9:00pm
COAL MINE REHAB: Is enough being done? Upper Hunter residents have their say. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

COAL mining companies should do better to ensure what they leave behind can be repurposed to create jobs, and to restore the environment, Hunter residents say.

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Gabriel Fowler

Gabriel Fowler

Journalist

Experienced journalist covering areas including court, community and social welfare, justice, the environment, and broader investigations. Gabriel.Fowler@newcastleherald.com.au

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