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How we made it work-A Pest Plant and Animal Roadside Management Program

Up until about 2011 there was a lot of doubt and controversy about who was responsible for pest plants and animals along roadsides. After a lot of consultation and hard work in establishing a determination, local councils were deemed to be responsible for all roadsides that were ‘council roads’. 239 more words

Invasive Species

Woodbury Common

First post for ages because I haven’t been out in Devon much recently, but today was Mother’s day and in the afternoon my family and I went on a short walk on Woodbury Common. 60 more words

Cee's Fun Foto Challenge : From Below

Up above you can see the Gothic style watchtower, dating back to the 1800s, overlooking Ardmore bay, in Co. Waterford.   The gorse/furze bushes are just starting to bloom and brighten up the spring days. 32 more words

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Heroes From Across The Pond

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This morning we carried bags of rubble from the fireplace work, neatly stacked by Barry and Owen, to the Efford Recycling Centre. 569 more words

Food And Drink In The Same Location

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It really felt like a spring day as we drove out to the forest this morning. 235 more words

Why Did The Pony Cross The Road?

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This morning, headed for Hatchet Pond, we drove out to the forest early enough to see the children trailing to Lymington’s schools. 220 more words

Gorse – March 2017 Weed of the Month

Gorse is one of the earliest and most conspicuous noxious weeds to flower in King County, adding a little color to the otherwise dull-looking hillsides. Unfortunately, along with the attractive blooms comes a huge, thorny, invasive bush that is a fire hazard as well. 841 more words

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