Jump-seed follow up at Huonbrook too.

Yes Saturday, March 28th, is election day, however after voting the best thing is to go and pull some Bitou Bush seedling, it’s called “practical politics”, hands on and less talk. So please fell welcome to join Byron Shire Chemical Free Landcare, next working bee, from 8 am to 12 noon, at Brunswick Heads Crown Land Reserve site. Meet at the end of South Head Road fire track gate. If you come later, walk along the fire access road about 50 m and turn East, you should be able to bump into us or hear us. We will be there, doing follow up work of Bitou Bush and Glory Lily heading from the North to the South direction. Please wear boots, long sleeve shirt and long pants, a hat, gloves and bring water, a picnic and beach gear. To share, I will ask the organic farmers tomorrow morning for a food donation basket from the Mullumbimby Farmer Market. More information please call Nadia 0478272300.

Jump-seed follow up at Huonbrook which will give me a chance to see how thorough we have been in our 6 week effort.

And is Wilson Creek land-care finally seeing the error of their poisoning campaign ?
Wilson’s Creek/Huonbrook Lancare have asked for help. They think they are part of the 21st century when they decide to kill trees, not because the trees are a resource, but because they provide no apparent economic image of why
they may be a resource.

See appended.

Geoff Dawe

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