Members Meeting, Fees and Nursery
Members Meeting Saturday 19th July 10:30am
These two photos were taken in the last three weeks.
How does our catchment go from almost pristine condition in the headwaters to D- or an F as it enters the Brisbane River? Can we do anything about this situation?
Our second speaker will be John Rohdes, showing the progress of his plot on Ithaca Creek at Lugg Street, Bardon.
Previously, Sandy Pollock was advertised as this meetings speaker, unfortunately he is unable to make this meeting, due to family commitments and we all have those, but he has advised that he will give his excellent talk in future.
Two high quality fiskars Bypass Pruners will be won at the meeting and Lynn Swan's excellent preserves will also be on sale.
Membership renewals are current.
The SOWN plant nursery relies on money raised through membership fees. The number of financial members is directly proportional to the amount of money SOWN can apply for in our grants. SOWN's survival is dependent upon the fees collected and successful grant applications. Our last grant for $13,479.33 was successful because SOWN could demonstrate a healthy number of financial members.
Please return wire trays to the nursery, of the hundred plus wire tray the nursery owns, there is only three or four available at the nursery at this time. The nursery needs your wire trays URGENTLY so that we can continue to supply plants.
Please tell us where your Richmond Birdwing Vines are located.