Norfolk Bay stakeholder updates & media release

Media release: Norfolk Bay Flotilla
Huon respects the right of community members to express their views.
We also believe facts are an important aspect of any debate and have paid for advertising in Saturday’s
Mercury newspaper to outline the facts about our temporary farming operations in Norfolk Bay.

We have always indicated that our harvest operations in Norfolk Bay were a temporary measure to achieve industry-wide biosecurity farming outcomes
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Stakeholder updates:
To increase transparency around Huon’s temporary harvest activities in Norfolk Bay, an undertaking was given that key community stakeholders will receive fortnightly updates relating to the progress of the harvest and our timeline of withdrawal from the bay.

In response to community feedback we are now making these reports available to the wider public as well as doing them weekly.

The reports can be viewed below, and once a new report is available, it will be uploaded to this page.

31st October – letter to stakeholders
Fortnightly report #5
Fortnightly report #4
Fortnightly report #3 
Fortnightly report #2 
Fortnightly report #1 

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