Irregularly, say twice a year at best, we venture up the valley, way, way up the valley beyond the watershed that bounds our Pappinbarra River, and spend some time in the cool temperate rainforests of the Werrikimbe National Park. ...
Are you having trouble linking the rising price of of oil with food shortages and the impact the changing climate is having? This cool video 'Oil Addiction' from Good Magazine will quickly bring you up to speed.
This event has been running for over 10 years now, and Planet Ark is the coordinating body. There is a special website with lots of information including a full list with Google Map of sites where activities are taking place. Amazingly it's called National Tree Day.
Landholders the world over, in particular farmers, have a huge responsibility to society as a whole, and in turn society owes those farmers and landholders a debt of gratitude. By default, we are charged with caring for this land; working with it to produce food for all, and at the same time, improving it so that future generations can do the same, all the while minimising our impact on the surrounding environment so that the native flora and fauna can continue to flourish.