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gorse no. 2

The second issue of Dublin-based literary journal gorse will be published this month. It includes 285 pages of essays, fiction, and poetry by writers from around the world. 63 more words


… so what’s wrong with Gorse?

The previous post covered a recent Gorse control Field Day – why is Gorse a problem? Guest contributor Brendan Smith provides the answer:

Gorse is a dense, extremely spiny shrub up to 7 m tall, but more commonly 1 to 2.5 m tall. 574 more words


Gorse control along the Little Coliban River near Tylden

A Gorse control Field Day was presented by Tylden Landcare as part of their Communities for Nature project recently. The field day attracted over twenty people and included neighbours, land care members, landholders and agency staff. 432 more words


Changing the Story

“All illness starts in the electromagnetic field surrounding us– and that field is comprised of our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions– and those of our families and communities. 562 more words

WOOF France

Where the Wild Things Are

The prevalent trend in books, at least on these battered old islands, seems to be for the overnight discovery. It’s a tempting myth for journalists to find some literary Kaspar Hauser out of nowhere (despite the fact there are no nowheres) and display his or her talents before the court. 179 more words