Busy, busy, busy.

Extraordinary reaction to my last post with outrage, calls for a transparent audit of land-care groups, who benefit from public funds and whose main weapon is  glyphosate.  Negative reaction too against National parks and Brunswick Valley land care, who have been spot spraying where the chemical-free volunteers work for free.  After considerable public reaction to aerial spraying over the dunes a couple of years ago, which stopped the aerials, it seems to be a hostile and undemocratic reaction by entrenched bureaucrats.

A recently sprayed site near Mullumbimby.


But after a busy morning with words and the phone I managed 3 hours in the gardens cutting comfrey for mulch and fertiliser tea.


Following I was chased by this large hissing goana, the first time that has happened to me here. Quite exciting actually.


And flying over the gardens yesterday this delight.




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