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    Landcare -Feb 6, 2020
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    - Feb 6, 2020
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    Our school has a narrow strip of land that some of the classrooms backed onto and we were all at a loss in how to use it.To hire a landscaper was beyond  our financial needs, so with the help of Bunnings, a willing Green Team made up of students from Prep to Year 6, we got things moving.  Bunnings donated the pallets and some plants, which, with the efforts of Brad, our very handy man, the first step towards our hanging gardens was made. Our Upcycling Club next took over and made planters ...
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    Landcare -Feb 4, 2020
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    - Feb 4, 2020
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    HARWOODS COMMON SCENE OF MILD COMMOTION   New Years Eve was celebrated with controlled  elation by about 30 or more local Castle Forbes Bay residents at “Harwoods Common”.   Harwoods Common is an area between Harwoods Rd and Castle Forbes Rd which is being reclaimed by the CFB Landcare Group  from decades of neglect – crack willow, blackberries, rubbish, & etc and turned into a  community asset  suitable for an excited gathering to welcome in the  New Year .   As a special concession...
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    Landcare -Jan 8, 2020
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    - Jan 8, 2020
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    Mid-summers in steamy Central Queensland aren’t for the faint hearted. If a cyclone isn’t boiling on the north eastern horizon and dumping inches of torrential rainfall, then the hot still air shimmers with the scent of eucalyptus whilst cicadas erupt in rowdy chorus. The sea fishermen rejoice on these calm days, but personally I’m like the yachties who toast each other when the cooling breezes fleck Keppel Bay with white caps. I’m the office coordinator of a small Landcare group which has b...
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    Landcare -Dec 16, 2019
    by - Dec 16, 2019
    - Dec 16, 2019
    Posted by - Dec 16, 2019
    Sydney, Australia, is a global city, blessed to still have areas of remnant natural bushland scattered throughout its suburbs. When Captain Cook first sailed into Botany Bay in 1770, the biodiversity would have been spectacular and even to this day there is a far greater diversity of plant species within the city boundaries than exist in the entire United Kingdom. Some incredible wildlife still occurs here too. The problem is that bushland areas are extremely sensitive to invasive weeds and can ...
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