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BOXING PLANT FOOD IN KING ISLAND

BOXING PLANT FOOD IN KING ISLAND

King Island, Tasmania The coastal town of Currie might be a little chilly at this time of year, but the King Island community is experimenting with ‘hot’ composting following a small grant from Highways and Byways. Its Community Garden now has six new composting bins...

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NEW TOOLS FOR A BETTER ENVIRONMENT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

NEW TOOLS FOR A BETTER ENVIRONMENT IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

WALKER FLAT, SOUTH AUSTRALIA A new brush-cutter and pole saw will keep the volunteers of the Walker Flat and Districts Progress Association busy for the foreseeable future. The group is currently replanting gaps in vegetation with acacia, black box, and mallee trees...

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CONNECTING THE WOMEN OF THE HUON VALLEY

CONNECTING THE WOMEN OF THE HUON VALLEY

GEEVESTON, TASMANIA For the women of Geeveston in southern Tasmania's Huon Valley, opportunities to get together to learn new skills and meet new people have been few. As one of Australia’s most southerly towns, Geeveston is in an area of relative isolation with...

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WALKING THE HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS

WALKING THE HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS

In August 2020, in the middle of what became a 4 month lock-down in Melbourne, Highways and Byways supporters across various parts of Australia took to their footpaths and tracks to walk and our annual bush walk to honor Father John Wallis. We hope to be up and out...

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SHARING RECIPES, COOKING TIPS AND HOSPITALITY

SHARING RECIPES, COOKING TIPS AND HOSPITALITY

West Moonah, HOBART, TASMANIA, West Moonah might not be on the Tasmanian foodies trail, but that could change anytime, thanks to the locals who are sharing their love of food, culture and talent for cooking. The Share Food, Share Skill program, run by the West Moonah...

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