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Early start.

5 am start and on the road by 6. So enjoyed my push bike 5 kilometer ride, through the valley with the gentle sound of the creeks water running.


Cool sunny morning and a very pleasant three hours hand weeding jump-seed from the side of the public road. 4 more volunteers pledge future help. Green Army too enlisting. So good to be told the younger generation are in step with a herbicide free future.


— Forwarded message ———- From: Byron Environment Centre <byronenvironmentcentre@gmail.com> Date: Fri, Sep 30, 2016 at 5:51 PM Subject: Byron Environment Centre bush regen & boardwalk maintenance next Tuesday 4th October 9.30 to 2.30 To:

The Byron Environment Centre is holding it’s chemical-free bush regen and boardwalk maintenance next Tuesday 4th October from 9.30 to 2.30 at the Cumbebin Wetland Sanctuary (next to the toilet block of the Byron Market site).

We will be removing weeds around native plantings on the mid section NE buffer side up from toilet block. We will also repair decking along boardwalk as required.

Please wear sturdy shoes and protective clothing from sun and mosquitoes. Cool drink will be provided. See map attached.

Hope to see you there – come anytime even for an hour or two.

If raining email Sharon (sharon@wwwires.com) at 8 am on the day to see if it is on.




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Where are the needed leaders ?

40 mls of rain fell here yesterday afternoon. 40 mls in an hour. Thousands of concerned Australians packed cities over the week-end demanding the government take climate change seriously. But business is business and at any cost it seems.

The weed network website.

The Weed’s Network is passionate about a sustainable, viable and creative future in our relationship with weeds.​ Through a spirit of willing exploration we foster ways to better understand weeds so they become a resource we can manage with environment and future generations in mind.​ The Weed’s Network provides evidence-based information for innovative ways of thinking about, engaging with and managing weeds sustainably with the well-being of our beautiful planet in mind.​

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