Two and a half years ago we bought five acres opposite a bushland reserve. We fell in love with the sheer number of trees on the property. Unfortunately, there were … Continue reading Koalas and Koala Bells
In February this year, about 70 landholders from the Ipswich region descended on Ivory Rock’s Convention Centre to meet each other and discuss conservation. At the end of the day, … Continue reading Supporting Conservation with Ipswich Landholders
In 1975, my wife and I bought a ten acre block of land at Bald Knob. It, and a number of nearby properties, had been sub-divided and cleared of vine … Continue reading Reflections on Nearly 50 Years of Bush Regeneration
Like many lovers of the Australian bush, when I moved on to my 2.5 hectare property in December 1998, I tried to eradicate anything that wasn’t native. “Away with the … Continue reading Fishbone Fern: a pioneer species?