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Ivana Agapiou's blog
jennyl's blog
leny's blog
mpickles's blog
sch's blog
susanc's blog
Annie44's blog
denise's blog
janiner's blog
joandrew's blog
mareli121's blog
peterc's blog
SharonE's blog
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dougk's blog
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kathk's blog
Mollerw's blog
peterf's blog
sirius's blog
WizardofOz's blog
davidw's blog
garysylvaney's blog
JenMc's blog

Recent blog contributions

mareli121Mon, 18/03/2019 - 1:33pm

Many thanks to those 25 souls who came along to the 2019 North Arm Cove Clean Up Australia event on the weekend of the 2nd  and 3rd of March.  We all are also grateful to those that pick up through the year, even though they can’t make it on the day. It was a fine day and a fine turn out.

Jennie and I left it to the last weekend to meander around the area thinking that this year was going to be easier with not so much obvious rubbish around.......WRONG!

mpicklesWed, 27/02/2019 - 3:48pm

Are you looking for plants for nature strips?

Now that the weather is cooler it is a good time to plan for Autumn Planting. We have noticed more and more weeds used on nature strips such as Bromeliads, Hebbes, Senna Plants and a whole lot more. If you are not sure of weeds listed in this area you can access a weed list on the MCC website Weed Management .

Mid Coast Council has 2 nurseries open by appointment to residents who would like to plant natives for shade and for food...

mpicklesFri, 08/02/2019 - 3:28pm

Changes to Tree Preservation Orders Update

Mid Coast Environmental Group have put together a document which outlines key factors Council should consider in developing an environmental policy particularly in reference to the rescinding of Tree Preservation Orders.At the meeting of MidCoast Council on 6th February 2019, and has presended a petition asking Council to commit to undertaking genuine community consultation regarding tree and native vegetation protection, before amending the current Development Control Plan (DCP).

mpicklesFri, 01/02/2019 - 7:41am

The recent letter I received from the DPI did not address all the concerns regarding the changes to Logging Laws.

Logging law changes in NSW will lead to increased harvesting including old growth trees, and bigger areas of clearing. The DPI proposes to use residue timber for fuelling power stations including one at Buladelah.

The ABC investigation provides a thorough unpacking of the impact of the new laws.

There is still time for us to lodge objections to local members and the Minister for Primary Industries.

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