Tag Archives: Burnie

Using roof spaces for plants

Time and again, news stories and documentaries record people and organisations using the ‘wasted space’ of rooftops to grow plants.  Mostly the stories I hear are associated with edible plants, designed to feed those in the building. Recently, ABC news … Continue reading

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Forgotten Emus

I have been reading the free and fascinating online magazine Tasmanian Geographic  for years.  The nature of the articles and their quality always amazes me in the most positive way. Quite exciting. A recent issue is no exception and helps … Continue reading

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Soil and trees show lutruwita/Tasmania was cultivated for over 40 000 years

A recent radio story broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC) has changed the way I think. Information is power! You can listen to Michael Fletcher, Associate Professor from the University of Melbourne’s School of Geography being interviewed by Ryk … Continue reading

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