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Wildflower Walk in Bush’s Paddock hosted by PLEG

Wildflower Walk in Bush’s Paddock hosted by Pinkerton Landcare & Environment Group

On Sunday 11th November 2012 Pinkerton Landcare & Environment Group (PLEG) hosted a wildflower walk in Bush’s Paddock. Thirteen people participated in the walk, including Frances, Irene, Pam, Nora, Bill, Glen, Simon & Daryl of PLEG, visitors Jenny & Denise from Melton, Susie & daughter Ruby from Werribee & two visitors from Gisborne. After the walk PLEG provided morning tea/lunch.

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PLEG protects volcanic plains woodlands and grasslands

‘Reproduced from the Victorian National Parks Association’s journal Park Watch, December 2010’  

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Community Day at Mulla Mulla Grassland

Reproduced from the Indigenotes, Feb 2010 Vol 21 no 1,  Publication of the Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association

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Paddock Deep ... Mountain High

Reproduced from the Indigenotes, November 2007 Vol 18 no 3,  Publication of the Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association

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Integrated control of serrated tussock on a native grassland, bush’s paddock. Or more than one way to kill a cat !

INTEGRATED CONTROL OF SERRATED TUSSOCK ON A NATIVE GRASSLAND, BUSH'S PADDOCK.

or MORE THAN ONE WAY TO KILL A CAT !

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