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Busting the myths around fungi & realising just how much heavy lifting fungi plays in all aspects of our environment & lives. What a workshop (& what a table spread!) ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago
Still 3 places left (for now) for Alison's fungi foray on Sunday at the beautiful Stony Rises. Get in quick to avoid disappointment! Book here: www.trybooking.com/BBNWZA captive audience at the Heart of the Town listening to natural historian & fungi lover Alison Pouliot share her passion, knowledge & gorgeous photos of these often overlooked organisms. Still 3 spaces left for our fungi foray in the Stony Rises on Sunday....get in quick as they may be filled by the time she's finished! ... See MoreSee Less
What a great weekend...thank you Alison and Becky and associates..learned such a lot and have a new understanding of the bush..called in at the Rlph Illidge Sanctuary on the way home, eager to find fungi.
A great night, very interesting
Hi all ... what a fantastic day was had by so many people from so many different places. The 2019 Four Peaks Challenge today was our best yet with over 100 people of varying ages participating in walking... or RUNNING... up Mt Leura, Mt Sugarloaf, Mt Elephant and Mt Noorat. A big well done to John and his team for organising and promoting the event so well. We can look forward to our next 4PC in 2020. I have posted just a few photos from early in the day and look forward to seeing lots more photos posted by other participants. I reckon lots of us will sleep extra well tonight. Arky. ... See MoreSee Less
What a great active community day. Loved the challenge & plan to make a weekend of it next year too. Friends of Mt Leura have done a great job at Mt Leura/Sugarloaf, can't believe I'd never been up them & we even saw a wallaby!
Thank you to the organisers - what a fun and unique event and the weather was magnificent. Congratulations to all who made it to the top of all 4.
A wonderful day! ... thanks so much for all the hard work organising and publicising the event. Perfect weather. Awesome views! Serious running! Next year ... Five Peaks Challenge ... Mt Shadwell ... it was open to the public today, so what do you reckon!?!?!😊
Thank you so much organisers of the 4peaks challenge we had a ball 😊 we won’t mention x5peaks tonight Angela Cunningham Laura Stevenson Georgia Clissold Tracey Stevenson but tomorrow maybe 😂
A great day
It was a lovely day. Thanks to all organisers.
Here's our spiffy updated Four Peaks Challenge brochure just in time for Sunday's event! And Mt Elephant will be open from 9am this Sunday if you want to start there instead of meeting the crew at Mt Leura. Check out the event for further deets!
www.facebook.com/events/658358231245885/?ti=icl ... See MoreSee Less
Emily Brown Peter Brown
Rachael Johnstone confirm elephant open from 9am
Do you like fungi or want to learn more about these fascinating life forms? World renowned fungi expert, photographer and ecologist Alison Pouliot is coming to Camperdown, SW Victoria for 3 events (workshops, talks, forays and surveys) to answer all your questions and help you explore the world of fungi. She is one of the best science communicators you will ever hear, and has a new book called 'The Allure of Fungi'. Bookings a must, click on our 'events' to find more info for each of the 3 opportunities. Workshops are selling quick, not to be missed!
Friday illustrated seminar: www.trybooking.com/BBNTI
Saturday workshop & foray, Mt Leura: www.trybooking.com/BBNUR
Sunday foray & survey, Stony Rises: www.trybooking.com/BBNWZ ... See MoreSee Less
Truly Southurst you would love this.
Do you know if they offer ZOOM connection to attend online?
Becky McCann can you reply to Ana Malia please?
A fabulous way to spend an hour with great people and help our local environment. Please come and join us on Sunday. ... See MoreSee Less
Some friends of Mt Leura, Ammie Jackson, Gus and Pip collecting seeds of this native shrub in the Stony Rises for propagation and revegetation at the reserves.
This species will provide important mid-story habitat for native birds. ... See MoreSee Less
once you collect, what do you do next for germination please?
No seed pre treatment required. But it is a winter germinating species. So, sow the seed and wait patiently for the shortest day or simulate winter by putting germination trays in the fridge.
2 months ago
Loving the Golden Glow ... See MoreSee Less