Monthly Archives: March 2007

Autumn’s Mushrooms and the Cultural Connection

Mushroom picking is a popular seasonal activity for many European cultures. You speak from your Italian background experience, but other culture groups such as Macedonian, Russian, Ex-Yugoslavian and Polish do just as much have a well entrained connection with the … Continue reading

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Mushrooms!

On Monday night Gary brought you three fantastic examples of Agaricus Campestris (Field Mushroom). They were fantastic in a quick fried pan with garlic and with fresh parsley garnished! You where so excited about the find of such familiar mushroom … Continue reading

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Weed legislation in NSW

New South Wales Relevant legislation The relevant legislation is the Noxious Weeds Act 1993 (NWA). The NWA was reviewed and amended with the changes coming into force on 1 March 2006. The NWA is administered by the New South Wales … Continue reading

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Weed Meal

Day 6, you and Tom went to the island today, a wide stretch of sand deposited by the river. You spear-headed this walk primarily to follow a tip-off of a Prickly Pear (Opuntia Spp.) bush. “you get to the end … Continue reading

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Poplars!

Day 4, Beautiful, majestic, reminescent of far country sides. Poplars are omnipresent throughout temperate europe. In Italy poplars plantations are the only relevant producers of wood at industrial levels. Using just over 1% of the total forestry area, polars privide … Continue reading

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