Follow up.

With cooler weather, follow up work in the gully becomes more pleasurable. 3 hours this morning discovering red cedars amongst the bracken fern and polia.

Numerous rain forest seedlings are visible through the mulched dried lantana.

A huge sally wattle crashed to the ground taking 24 pencil cedars with it. I heard the cracking like a rifle firing as the pencil cedars were crashed into by the very heavy sally wattle. Takes a little while to get over the change in the landscape but within a year recovery will be visible.

Yacon flowering.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-04-29/quiz-how-much-water-is-your-life-costing-you/10942004


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