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July Newsletter

The winter weather is beautiful, if a little dry, and there's plenty to do in the glorious outdoors for the bush care enthusiast.

SOWN and our friends have lots of great events on this month from weeding and planting to the esoteric delights of "Gourmet Butterflies". Want to know more? Details below.

Also for the seed collecting enthusiast, we have a new targeted list of species from Eucalyptus forests. So get out your hiking boots and look for fallen branches especially after high winds bring down branches with ripe seeds.

ithaca Intact 8am 12 July 2011 - community weeding day

Join SOWN members and volunteers from Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) for a day of weeding at Purtell Park in Bardon on 12 July 2011. The...  

ithaca Intact 8am 13 July 2011 - Community weeding day

Join SOWN members and volunteers from Conservation Volunteers Australia (CVA) for a day of weeding at Purtell Park in Bardon on 13 July 2011. The...  

Male Richmond Birdwing butterfly 7pm Wednesday 27 July - Gourmet Butterflies with Helen Schwencke

Join with Helen as she offers a bouquet of ideas about enhancing biodiversity while feeding yourself. Learn about which food plants we can share...  

BRAIN Brisbane Rainforest Action and Information Nework 9am Saturday 30 July - Fish Creek rainforest planting

BRAIN's third community planting at Glenella Parklands is a registered National Tree Day event. Meet at the eastern end of Glenella Street. The...  

ithaca Intact 9am Sunday 31 July - National Tree Day at Woolcock Park

Join Save Our Waterways Now at Woolcock Park in Red Hill for our National Tree Day planting. As part of out Ithaca Intact project, we are...  

Seed collecting Seed collecting - new targeted approach

SOWN Nursery is starting a new targeted approach to propagation so we have the most important species in stock for members to plant. That means we...