Its a remembrance day for me during which I remember the loss of 4 of my long-term close friends. Before a small gathering for afternoon tea we will walk to all the trees I have planted in the name of those loved ones.
Fruzsina, David, Oli, D.
Ginger planting time.
Independent residents concerned regarding aerial and ground spraying of
TNR will be gathering on the beach on Saturday 2nd August from 9.00
am -12:30 noon for a meditation bee and Bitou Yoga.
They will be meeting in the picnic area at the end of Grays Lane,
Tyagarah. If you come later, you will need to follow your intuition to
find them just behind the beach. As they will be in the sun, meditating and …visualising the removal of Bitou using ecological restoration principals.
It would be appropriate to wear boots, long sleeve shirt and long
pants, a hat, gloves and to bring water, a picnic and beach gear,
Please also bring loppers if you feel it will help you with your
visualisation and meditation.
More information regarding BSCFL or to support our continuing movement
to bring awareness of this matter to the public and to bring change
within NPWS to work with the community rather than blocking us -
please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anais and Joel, from Future Feeders (http://www.futurefeeders.org/) visited yesterday to collect the turmeric stock for their future organic venture. Following time in the garden we climbed to the Night-Cap boundary and viewed the lantana slash and mulch work site.
A busy and different week just past highlighted by the visit of my sister Heather and her husband Bruce. Town adventures, shopping and computer problems solved , thank-you Bruce.
Damp days when my family were here, 3 days of sun-shine has followed. Heavy gales forced us back to the cabin on Friday. Hurling spearing dead branches made edge of mixed forest work dangerous. The roar of the wind in the canopy is a sound I sometimes dread. I am satisfied at our progressing work. Through the mulched lantana many rain-forest trees are growing.
Byron Shire Chemical Free Landcare next working bee will be on Saturday the 19th of July, from 9 am till 1:30 pm, at Brunswick Heads Crown Land Reserve site. Meet at the fire track gate at the end of South Beach Road near the surf club. If you come later, walk along the dog walking track to the beach, head South for 50 m and you will spot us lopping Bitou bush on the front dune. We now finish off our primary work and new volunteers our welcome. We have 15 pairs of loppers, so if you have some spare time and want to learn how to restore the dunes using chemical-free strategy please come and join us.
Please wear boots, a long-sleeve shirt and long pants, a hat, gloves and bring water, a picnic and beach gear. More information please email email@example.com or go to http://www.byronshirechemicalfreelandcare.org