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National Tree Day - 29 July 2007

This SOWN newsletter is the first for a while, as we have been doing a lot of work on our member database. We have imported BRAIN members and at last count there were about 400 members and friends.

The main item in this eNews is the upcoming planting behind the Soccer Oval (via Glenaffric St) we'd love to see you there. BRAIN members are helping identify the rainforest plants already there, and the planting is in a lovely spot just upstream from Walton Bridge Reserve. It starts at 10am and ends with snags on the BBQ at 12.

There are plenty of other items in this eNews, including a sort of "annual report" and news of Melinda, as well as specific request for volunteers to help with the Nursery Roster and GOSSIP. Please take the time to visit the links and read the stories.

Thanks, and see you at the planting.

glove National Tree Day Planting - Sunday 29 July

SOWN and BRAIN are celebrating National Tree Day by joining with The Gap Soccer Club to plant a section of Enoggera Creek adjacent to The Gap Soccer...  

Melinda Melinda McLean in temporary switch

SOWN catchment coordinator Melinda McLean has taken a temporary three months transfer to act as the Habitat Brisbane Officer West. In this role...  

Sown Logo SOWN activities 2006-2007 and future plans

2006-2007 has been a very successful year for SOWN. Our achievements included: 

gossip GOSSIP volunteers needed

If any member can spare some time on a regular basis to help with delivery of potting mix and collection of pricked out plants done by retirement...  

Nursery Truck Saturday Morning Nursery Roster - volunteers needed

The SOWN nursery is open to members for collecting plants every Saturday 9am-11am. If we have a lot of volunteers on the roster, each member's...  

another glove Nicholas Park Working Bee - Sun 5 Aug 2007

Meet at 8am. Wear covered shoes, sunsafe clothes, and bring water. Nicholas Park is opposite the Gap State High School (on the other side of the...