Enjoy the 50 wild life photos.

A busy week painting the inside of the new Humpy.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/gallery/2018/sep/12/air-land-sea-the-50-greatest-wildlife-photographs-in-pictures

I see many fungi here and after searching my fungi id book usually only find the odd one in photos.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/sep/12/new-edible-mushrooms-among-thousands-of-recently-discovered-fungi

Date: Tuesday 11th September Time: 9-1 What to bring: sun protection, morning tea, lather gloves and water
Where: Behind the Federal Community Children’s Centre in the Bush Tucker Garden.

This is a unique opportunity to learn how to remove toxic and invasive weeds without chemicals and spend time with local experts in Bush regeneration, including Nadia de Souza Pietramale from Byron Bay Chemical Free Landcare and Natasha Fox Johnson from Madhima Gulgan Community Association.
There is a strong focus on soil health and working with nature rather than against it.
We will be removing Duranta, using loppers and tree poppers.

Duranta erecta
This day is a living example of how community can work together to make a difference.

Santos Organics provided funding to ensure that the workshops are free for the public.

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