From The Post newspaper, 24 December 2016, page 4.
Premier Colin Barnett would have been in luck on Monday afternoon if he hadn't got around to getting a Christmas tree.
Local carbon farming advocates delivered a tree with signed leaves to encourage his support for the development of a commercial carbon farming industry.
Chilla Bulbeck said carbon farming was a great opportunity to the environment and to help pastoralists stay on the land.
"It's a no brainer really, and hopefully Mr Barnett will appreciate our Christmas gift and give pastoralists a Merry Christmas by allowing this to happen," she said.
Residents also handed over a new study that found carbon farming had the potential to be the next big boost for WA's outback.