Rain, rain go away.

Just for a couple of days at least. Tamarillos and rhubarb the latest to succumb to being water logged.

The next Byron Shire Chemical Free Landcare next forthnightly working bee will be on Saturday, the 22th of April, from 8:30am to 12:30pm, at Brunswick Heads Crown Land Reserve site. Meet at the end of South Beach Road fire track gate, not far from the Surf Club. We will be working on the South side of the Horse Track beach access, however I will walk through the middle of the site checking for Glory Lily, If you come later, please call 0478272300 to find us.


Last working bee, Saturday the 25th of March, we enjoyed the sea breeze impregnated with the sweet blossom perfume of Wattle.  We worked right onto the South boundary where  the Crownland joins Tyagarah Nature Reserve. You can see this boundary because of the sprayed Bitou Bush along it and all sprayed to the south. It was a joy to stand on the boundary and look back to see how much land we have covered on the past 7 years (5 hectares) with primary and followup work. To witness the emerging of seedlings on the sand  and their becoming trees and shrubs already flowering is to develop a relationship with the land. Yes it takes time. However a friend (Greg Park ) said the other day: “Plenty of people with leadership and great ideas, however no good ideas work without people followship“.


Jayne and Lou…………………..removing jump-seed alongside Huonbrook Road..

Previously targeted with Herbicides Our Huonbrook Herbicide-Free Active Volunteers have removed 100s of kilos of the plant.

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