How to tell them apart courtesy of the NSW Dept of Environment, the photography is by John Pumpars, a Qlder I had the privilege of meeting when a member of Restoring Australian Native Amphibia (RANA). John now lives in northern NSW and publishes his photos under the name of Frog Prints. There are 3 .png making up the pamphlet originally as a .pdf which I wasn't able to upload. This is the pamphlet in 3 parts ...
A Four Corners documentary about the threat to our arable land from coal seam gas mining.
from the ABC:
"‘The Gas Rush’
With access to guerrilla activists and their undercover filming, Matthew Carney reports on the coalition of farmers, local townspeople and even a corporate titan who want to halt Australia's gas rush.
Imagine you are running a successful farming operation; then one day a man from the gas company arrives with news that a coal seam gas…
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Added by Dave Riley on February 17, 2011 at 12:30 — No Comments
I thought I'd better give an update on my Victorian migration. OK, I know it's not local, and is largely irrelevant - but I thought you might find it interesting nevertheless :)
Goodbye Permaculture at the kids' school.
Goodbye Black Star organic fair trade killer coffee.
I'll be giving a special interactive library talk at Kenmore on the 29 April about recovering your flooded gardens. I am also offering half price garden visits for flood affected gardens at $88 per hour if you'd like a personalised garden consult.In the meantime, here is some more info for you...
Was your garden covered by a thick layer of smelly mud, washed into it by the recent floods? This info is intended to give you the…Continue
Added by Linda Brennan on February 2, 2011 at 19:00 — No Comments