First of more to come.

As the cyclone moved closer to land in Northern Queensland, our day couldn’t have been better for the visit of a large class of pre-teens from a Mullumbimby school. My initial apprehension evaporated after our steep climb to our chemical free work site during which the odd foot was presented to me to remove a leech or two. But once the climb was over every-one viewed a bower and a turkey mound as well as exploring the ground for insects and fungi.
The delight for me was to see all the children having fun in the creek at the causeway before they headed back to town and to the beginning of their school holidays.


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  1. Jane Laidlaw

    How lovely Don that you are able to offer that to children. Invaluable in teaching the next gen how important it is to look after the land. Wonderful!


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