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The index covers every article from Issue 1, March 2008 to Issue 28, July 2015 to help navigate and explore all the published articles.

ANIMAL STORIES


  • Forest Talk (7) December 2009, page 3
  • Prickly rescue success, by Jocelyn Plovits (15) October 2011, Page 9

ARBORETUM ACCESS


  • ACTION buses to visit the Arboretum! (25) September 2014, page 6

ARBORETUM EVENTS


  • Chair report (20) February 2013, page 1
  • Preparations for the opening, by Linda Muldoon (20) February 2013, page 3
  • The Dawn Ceremony: 1 February 2013, by Linda Muldoon (20) February 2013, pages 4–6
  • The Opening Festival: 2 February 2013, by Linda Muldoon (20) February 2013, pages 7–10
  • TREE WEEK: Celebrating the 21st anniversary of the discovery of the Wollemi pine, by Anna
  • Howe and Alma Quick (28) July 2015, page 2
  • Winning garden design announced (Open Gardens Australia) (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 13

ARBORETUM PROMOTION


  • Floriade (3) December 2008, pages 1–2
  • Charles Landry's view (17) May 2012, page 9
  • Promoting the Arboretum at the ANBG (Forest Talk) (21) May 2013, page 12

ARBORETUM TREE SPECIES


  • Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica) (3) December 2008, page 7
  • Californian fan palm (Washingtonia filifera) (5) September 2009, page 6
  • Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba), by Susan Parsons (6) November 2009, pages 8–9
  • Himalayan cedar (Cedrus deodara), by Jocelyn Plovits and Tony Fearnside (7) December 2009, pages 4–5
  • Mediterranean red bud (Cercis siliquastrum), by Jocelyn Plovits (8) February 2010, page 8
  • Bunya pine (Araucaria bidwillii), by Linda Muldoon (9) April 2010, pages 5–8
  • Dragon tree (Dracaena draco), by Jocelyn Plovits (10) September 2010, pages 6–7
  • Bottle tree (Brachychiton rupestris) (Forest Talk) (11) December 2010, page 5
  • Buchan blue wattle (Acacia caerulescens) (11) December 2010, page 10
  • Bottle tree (Brachychiton rupestris), by Linda Muldoon (12) February 2011, pages 10–11
  • Kurrajong (Brachychiton populneus) (13) April 2011, pages 10–11
  • Drooping sheoak (Allocasuarina verticillata) (14) July 2011, pages 13–15
  • Canary madrone (Arbutus canariensis) (15) October 2015, page 10–11
  • Silky oak (Grevillea robusta), by Linda Muldoon (16) January 2012, page 13
  • South Esk pine (Callitris oblonga), by Linda Muldoon (17) May 2012, page 13
  • Weeping snow gum (Eucalyptus lacrimans), by Max Bourke (18) September 2012, page 7
  • Cork oak (Quercus suber), by Linda Muldoon (19) December 2012, pages 11–12
  • Hillgrove spotted gum (Eucalyptus michaeliana), by Linda Muldoon (20) February 2013, page 10
  • English oak (Quercus robur), by Linda Muldoon (21) May 2013, pages 9–10
  • Persian ironwood (Parrotia persica), by Linda Muldoon (22) August 2013, pages 9–10
  • Japanese flowering dogwood (Cornus kousa var. kousa), by linda Muldoon (23) December 2013, pages 9–10
  • Chilean wine palm (Jubaea chilensis), by Jennie Widdowson and others (24) May 2014, pages 10–11
  • Dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides), by Linda Muldoon (25) September 2014, page 11
  • Lawson cypress (Chamaecyparis lawsoniana), by Linda Muldoon (26) December 2014, pages 11–12
  • The conkers are coming (Forest Talk) (26) December 2014, page 13
  • Franklin tree (Franklinia alatamaha), by Linda Muldoon (27) April 2015, pages 7–8
  • Euphrates poplar (Populus euphratica), by Linda Muldoon (28) July 2015, pages 9–10
  • Clanwilliam cypress (Widdringtonia cedarbergensis) (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 12

ARBORETUM WALKS


  • Members-only walk (23) December 2013, page 11
  • Members walk was full of surprises, by Trish Quayle (24) May 2014, page 9
  • Arboretum species at the ANU (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 12

ARTWORKS AND CRAFTWORKS


  • Fabulous art at the Arboretum, by Jocelyn Plovits (11) December 2010, pages 2–3
  • Giralang Primary's avenue of artworks (14) July 2011, page 5
  • Have you seen our etchings? (Forest Talk) (18) September 2012, page 10
  • An artist at the Arboretum (Eve Sawa), by Anna Howe (19) December 2012, page 8
  • Eve Sawa's 'Magnificentury' at ANCA Gallery (Forest Talk) (21) May 2013, page 12
  • Warming up for 'Warm Trees', by Jocelyn Plovits and Jenny Cantlon (22) August 2013, page 2
  • Adding a little colour, by Linda Muldoon (22) August 2013, pages 3–4
  • Jyll Bradley's exhibition: CITY of Trees, by Linda Muldoon (22) August 2013, page 8
  • Warm Trees 2014, by Jocelyn Plovits (25) September 2014, pages 2–4
  • The Rainbow Serpent wrap on Dairy Farmers Hill (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 12

BICENTENNIAL NATIONAL TRAIL (BNT)


  • Memories of Dairy Farmers Hill, by Christine Lawrence (12) February 2011, page 3
  • Trekking along the BNT (Forest Talk) (20) February 2013, page 12
  • Travelling the BNT (Forest Talk) (24) May 2014, page 13

BIRDS


  • November 2009, page 7
  • December 2009, page 2
  • September 2010, page 5
  • July 2011, page 12
  • bird survey, by Chris Davey, COG President (15) January 2012, page 10
  • May 2013, page 4
  • (Forest Talk) (23) December 2013, page 12
  • May 2014, page 12
  • September 2014, page 12

CANBERRA DISCOVERY GARDEN


  • Forest Talk (17) May 2012, page 15

CEREMONIAL TREE PLANTINGS


  • First Japanese cherry tree planted at the Arboretum (2) August 2008, page 6
  • John Shuman and Hugh McDonald planted a red gum (13) April 2011, page 2
  • Lauren Jackson, Robert de Castella, Mal Meninga and David Campese each planted a hoop pine (13)nnnApril 2011, pages 2–3
  • Jimmy Barnes planted an Illawarra flame tree (13) April 2011, page 3
  • Julia Gillard MP, Prime Minister of Australia, planted a ghost gum (the Tree of Knowledge) (14) July 2011, pages 2–3
  • Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations planted an olive tree (15) October 2011, page 2
  • Ceremonial tree plantings from September 2008 to October 2011 (15) October 2011, page 3Wolf Blass (Barossa Valley wine-maker) planted a hoop pine (16) January 2012, page 2
  • Gen Nakagawa (Mayor of Nara City, Japan) planted a Yoshino cherry (16) January 2012, page 2
  • Glenn McGrath (Australian cricketing legend) planted two bunya pines (16) January 2012, page 2
  • Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Prince Mary of Denmark planted a field maple (16) January 2012, pages 3–4
  • Jon Stanhope (former ACT Chief Minister) planted a kurrajong tree (16) January 2012, page 4
  • Aldo Giurgola planted a hoop pine (17) May 2012, page 2
  • Michel Sleiman, President of the Republic of Lebanon, planted a cedar of Lebanon (17) May 2012, page 2
  • Anabal Cavao Silva, President of the Republic of Portugal, planted a cork oak (18) September 2012, page 2
  • Yingluck Shinawatra, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Thailand, planted a red toon tree (18) September 2012, page 2
  • Morgan Tsvangirai, Prime Minister of the Republic of Zimbabwe, planted a African walnut tree (18) September 2012, page 3
  • Gordon Darcy Lilo, Prime Minister of the Solomon Islands, and wife Bronwyn Lilo planted a river sheoak (18) September 2012, page 3
  • The Sultan of Brunei planted a windmill palm, by Linda Muldoon (21) May 2013, page 6
  • Indonesia's Vice President planted a kemloko tree, by Linda Muldoon (23) December 2013, pages 6–7
  • Ceremonial planting of The Children's Tree, by Linda Muldoon (24) May 2014, pages 2–3
  • The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge planted an English oak (Forest Talk) (24) May 2014, page 12
  • Singapore President plants a Persian silk tree (Forest Talk) (25) September 2013, page 12
  • Queen mother of Bhutan, Dutch Prime Minister and Tony Abbott, Prime Minister of Australia, plant trees in the Central Valley, by Linda Muldoon (26) December 2014, page 2
  • Two new hoop pines in the Central Valley (Forest Talk) (26) December 2014, page 13
  • An Acacia in the Central Valley, by Linda Muldoon (27) April 2015, page 3
  • New Zealand's Governor-General plants a tree, by Linda Muldoon (28) July 2015, page 3

FESTIVALS AND CONCERTS


  • Festival of the Forests (3) December 2008, page 5
  • Festival of the Forests (4) May 2009, pages 1,7
  • Festival of the Forests (9) April 2010, pages 2–3
  • Festival of the Forests volunteering opportunities (12) February 2011, page 2
  • Festival of the Forests (13) April 2011, pages 4–6
  • Voices in the Forest (Forest Talk) (15) October 2011, page 13
  • Voices in the Forest, a pictorial report by Linda Muldoon (16) January 2012, pages 6–8
  • Festival of the Forests 2012, by Jocelyn Plovits (17) May 2012, pages 4–8
  • 2012 Voices in the Forest concert (18) September 2012
  • Voices in the Forest 2012: our volunteers, by Jocelyn Plovits (19) December 2012, page 2
  • Voices in the Forest 2012: the concert, by Linda Muldoon (19) December 2012, pages 3–6
  • Another encore for 'Voices in the Forest', by Linda Muldoon (23) December 2013, pages 4–5
  • From sunshades to umbrellas: Voices in the Forest 2014, by Linda Muldoon (27) April 2015, pages 11–12
  • Voices in the Forest 2015 (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 12

FOREST RESEARCH


  • Can international research look attractive, by Cris Brack (1) March 2008, page 7
  • Australia's vast and dynamic forest cover: a bird's eye view, by Rod Keenan (18) September 2012, pages 4–5
  • Himalayan Cedars Tree Mapping and Counting Poject, by Jim Payne and Roger Hnatiuk (24) May 2014, pages 6–8

FRIENDS' CELEBRATIONS


  • Forest Talk (11) December 2010, page 6
  • End of Year BBQ in the Himalayan cedars (Forest Talk) (19) December 2012, page 9
  • Friends' first function at the Margaret Whitlam Pavilion (Forest Talk) (22) August 2013, page 12
  • Catching up in the Friends Forest, by Linda Muldoon (23) December 2013, pages 2–3
  • ANU Cedar of Lebanon turns 100, by Linda Muldoon (24) May 2014, page 5
  • Friends' 2014 end of year event, by Jocelyn Plovits (26) December 2014, page 3

FRIENDS FOREST


  • Forest Talk (9) April 2010, page 4
  • Planting the Friends Forest, by Jocelyn Plovits (10) September 2010, pages 2–3
  • Friends Forest: Planting Stage 2, by Jocelyn Plovits (21) May 2013, pages 2–3
  • Planting kangaroo grass in Forest 100 (Forest Talk) (24) May 2014, page 12

FRIENDS OF ACT ARBORETA (FACTA)


  • Introducing FACTA, by Tony Fearnside (1) March 2008, page 5
  • FACTA guided walks (4) May 2009, page 6Special FACTA walk (Forest Talk) (10) September 2010, page 5
  • The new Westbourne Woods book (Forest Talk) (15) October 2011, page 13
  • Cotter Plots guided walk (19) December 2012, page 10
  • FACTA to become FACTT (Forest Talk) (21) May 2013, page 12

FRIENDS' PUBLICATIONS


  • First calendar for sale (15) October 2011, page 4
  • Our 2013 calendar has arrived! (18) September 2012, page 13
  • 2015 calendar arrives early September (25) September 2014, page 10
  • The new Arboretum book is launched (Forest Talk) (25) September 2015

FROGWATCH


  • Frogwatch update (Forest Talk) (12) February 2011, page 4
  • Forest Talk (14) July 2011, page 12
  • Forest Talk (16) January 2012, page 15
  • Frogwatch update, by Roger Hnatiuk (17) May 2012, page 12
  • Special Thanks (reprinted from Frogwatch newsletter) (23) December 2013, page 3
  • Arboretum Frogwatch report, by Roger Hnatiuk (23) December 2013, page 11

FUNDRAISING


  • Friends' gift (Forest Talk) (9) April 2010, page 4
  • Now 15 seats donated to the Arboretum, by Jocelyn Plovits (26), page 9

FUNGI


  • Another fungi (Forest Talk) (24) May 2014, page 13

GEOLOGY


  • The Arboretum's rocky knolls By Jennie Widdowson (14) July 2011, page 9

INCORPORATION


  • Item 3Interim Chair's report, by Sherry McArdle-English (1) March 2008, page 1

INTERNATIONAL YEAR OF FORESTS 2011


  • Forest Heroes (14) July 2011, page 4 (15) October 2011, page 1

HISTORICAL RECORDS


  • Historical records of the Arboretum (Forest Talk) (9) April 2010, page 4
  • History repeating (Forest Talk) (14) July 2011, page 12
  • An earlier cork harvest (Forest Talk) (15) October 2011, page 13
  • Information and Research Group, by Greg Blood (19) December 2012, page 7
  • The British history of English oak, by David Nicholls (21) May 2013, page 11
  • Science and Hope—a forest history, book review by Max Bourke (22) August 2013, page 11
  • The ACT Tree Register, by Samantha Ning (24) May 2014, page 4
  • Silva old and new, by Anna Howe (26) December 2014, page 4

MEETINGS


  • Inaugural AGM (1) March 2008, page 1
  • AGM, by Sherry McArdle-English (2) August 2008, page 1
  • Chair report (10) September 2010, page 1
  • Chair report (13) April 2011, page 1
  • Chair report (14) July 2011, page 1
  • Morning tea in the Green Room, by Linda Muldoon (28) July 2015, page 6

NATIONAL BONSAI AND PENJING COLLECTON OF AUSTRALIA (NBPCA)


  • NBPCA down under, by Grant Bowie and Roger Hnatiuk (1) March 2008, page 4
  • NBPCA, by Grant Bowie (2) August 2008, page 2
  • The official opening of NBPCA, by Grant Bowie (3) December 2008, pages 4–5
  • NBPCA at the Festival of the Forests (4) May 2009, page 4
  • Bonsai summer 2009, by Grant Bowie (8) February 2010, page 5
  • NBPCA, by Lisa Kanis (9) April 2010, page 9
  • Bonsai collection attracts 100,000th visitor (10) September 2010, page 9
  • How do you make a bonsai? (10) September 2010, page 10
  • Floriade 2010 and NBPCA, by Grant Bowie (11) December 2010, page 6
  • Truffles at the Arboretum (in Miniature) By Roger Hnatiuk (15) October 2011, page 7
  • Bonsai attracted many at Floriade 2011, by Leigh Taafe (16) January 2012, page 11
  • Selecting Bonsai for NBPCA, by Leigh Taafe (17) May 2012, page 11
  • Volunteering at the NBPCA, by Leigh Taafe (18) September 2012, page 6
  • The new bonsai pavilion (Forest Talk) (10) December 2012, page 12
  • Welcome Leigh, farewell Grant: changes for the bonsai collection, by Leigh Taafe and Jocelyn Plovits (22) August 2013, page 11
  • Relocating the Japanese black pines (Forest Talk) (22) August 2013, page 12
  • Developing the National Bonsai and Penjing Collection of Australia, by Leigh Taafe (26) December 2014, page 9
  • Mauro Stemberger visits the Arboretum, by Mike Woolley (28) July 2015, pages 4–5

OBITUARIES


  • Dr Robert William Boden OAM, by Jocelyn Plovits (10) September 2010, page 4
  • Dr Ken Eldridge, by Jocelyn Plovits (11) December 2010, page 4

OPEN DAYS


  • Open Sundays at the Arboretum during Floriade 2010 (12) February 2011, pages 8–9
  • Open days at Arboretum (18) September 2012, page 7

OTHER ARBORETA


  • The Tasmanian Arboretum, by Linda Muldoon (2) August 2008, page 5
  • The Tasmanian Arboretum, by Linda Muldoon (3) December 2008, page 3
  • Westonbirt, UK, by Max Bourke (10) September 2010, page 8
  • Arboretum du Vallon de L'Aubonne, Switzerland, by Max Bourke (11) December 2010, page 8
  • Currency Creek, South Australia, by Max Bourke (13) April 2011, page 3
  • Bus trip to Nalyappa in the Monaro (Forest Talk) (13) April 2011, page 6
  • Bago State Forest Arboretum, Pilot Hill, NSW, by Max Bourke (14) July 2011, page 3
  • Bus trip to Nalyappa (14) July 2011, page 6
  • Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden, by Max Bourke (15) October 2011, page 7
  • Our visit to 'Nalyappa', by Linda Muldoon (16) January 2012, page 12
  • High alps arboreta, by Max Bourke (17) May 2012, page 14
  • Arboretum National des Barres, France, by Max Bourke (18) September 2012, page 12
  • Derby Arboretum, UK, where it all began? by Max Bourke (19) December 2012
  • Bendora Arboretum, ACT, by Max Bourke (21) May 2014, page 8
  • Sungei Buloh Mangrove Arboretum, Singapore, by Max Bourke (22) August 2013, page 8
  • Westbourne Woods (just around the corner), by Max Bourke (23) December 2013, page 8
  • Palmetum de Santa Cruz, Tenerife, by Linda Muldoon (25) September 2014, pages 7–9
  • Westonbirt revisited, by Max Bourke (26) December 2014, page 8
  • Friends' bus trip to South Coast arboreta (27) April 2010, pages 9–10
  • The Dipterocarp Arboretum, Singapore, by Max Bourke (28) July 2015, page 7

OTHER FRIENDS' GROUPS


  • Friends of the Australian National Botanic Gardens (2) August 2008, page 8
  • Membership of the AFFM (Forest Talk) (24) May 2014, page 12

PEOPLE


  • Sherry McArdle-English stands down, by Jocelyn Plovits (12) February 2011, page 4
  • The Duke of Kent's visit to the Arboretum (28) July 2015, page 8
  • A parting word from Jocelyn Plovits (28) July 2015, page 8
  • A changing of the guard (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 11

PHOTOGRAPHY


  • Picturing progress, by Linda Muldoon (6) November 2009, page 6
  • Springtime shoots and blossoms, by Linda Muldoon (15) October 2011, pages 5–6
  • Young trees flourish through change of season (16) January 2012, page 15
  • Autumn comes again (21) May 2013, page 7Life has its twists and turns! (21) May 2013, page 13
  • The tree with a twist (24) May 2014, page 9
  • Photo competition: the results, by Linda Muldoon and Jocelyn Plovits (27) April 2015, pages 4–6
  • Climate change exhibition in the Village Centre (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 13

PLANTING PATTERNS


  • Secret gardens, hidden spaces: the untold stories of the Arboretum's forests, by Roger Hnatiuk (25)
  • September 2014, pages 5–6

POLLINATION, SEED COLLECTION AND PROPAGATION


  • Eucalyptus delegatensis seeds germinated by ANBG for STEP, by Cathy Robertson (6) November 2009, pages 2–3
  • Sex at the Arb . . . , by Roger Hnatiuk (14) July 2011, page 7
  • Seed collection (Forest Talk) (15) October 2011, page 13

ROCKY OUTCROPS


  • The Arboretum's rocky knolls, by Jennie Widdowson (14) July 2011, pages 8–11

SCHOOL HOLIDAYS PROGRAM


  • School holidays were a whole lot of fun, a pictorial report by Linda Muldoon (26) December 2014, pages 5–7
  • Is that a kite or a flag up in the sky?, by Anna Howe (26) December 2014, page 7

SEAT SPONSORSHIP


  • Seat sponsorship program—summary (5) September 2009, page

SITE DEVELOPMENT AND PLANTING PROGRESS


  • Project update (1) March 2008, page 5
  • Progress report, by Rosalind Ransome (2) August 2008, page 7
  • Project update (3) December 2008, page 6
  • Progress report by Rosalind Ransome (4) May 2009, page 5
  • Really making progress, by John Mackay (5) September 2009, page 2
  • Proposed 2010 forest plantings (7) December 2009, page 3
  • Forests (8) February 2010, pages 6–7
  • Progress with planting (Forest Talk) (9) April 2010, page 4
  • The Pavilion is open! by Linda Muldoon (21) May 2013
  • Pod Playground opens, by Linda Muldoon (22) August 2013, pages 5–6
  • First audit of the forests, by Roger Hnatiuk (27) April 2015, page 2

SITE HISTORY


  • A site with history, by Jocelyn Plovits (1) March 2008, page 6
  • Why Dairy Farmers Hill?, by Michael Hall (13) April 2011, pages 7–9

SOUTHERN TABLELANDS ECOSYSTEMS PARK (STEP)


  • Regional conservation group supports CIAG, by Cathy Robertson (1) March 2008, page 4
  • STEP offers gift to Arboretum, by Cathy Robertson (2) August 2008, page 3
  • A spade and a seedling and we become part of the history of the tree we will plant . . . , by Cathy Robertson (4) May 2009, page 2
  • Eucalyptus delegensis seeds germinated by ANBG for STEP, by Cathy Robertson (6) November 2009, pages 2–3
  • STEP at the Festival (9) April 2010, page 2
  • STEP hosts open day for the Friends, by David Shorthouse (16) January 2012, page 9
  • New executive for STEP (Forest Talk) (23) December 2013, page 12
  • STEP's outdoor classroom is taking shape (Forest Talk) (24) May 2014, page 12

SPIDERS AND INSECTS


  • Bird-dropping spider: a mistress of disguise, by Linda Muldoon (13) April 2011, pages 11–13
  • Southern magnolia attracts fiddler beetle (Forest Talk) (20) February 2013, page 12
  • They're back! (bird-dropping spiders) (Forest Talk) (23) December 2012, page 12
  • Mr and Mrs Golden Orb (Forest Talk) (27) April 2015, page 13
  • A benificial wasp (Scolia soror) (Forest Talk) (27) April 2015, page 13
  • A mystery in the Chileam myrtles (Hylarcta huebneri) (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 11
  • Another mystery in the eastern red buds (bolas/magnificent spider) (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 11
  • Golden orb spiders love monkey puzzles! (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 11

STRATEGIC PLAN


  • Draft Strategic Plan (11) December 2010, pages 9–11

TALKS


  • Inspiration from trees, extracts from Harriet Elvin's talk by Jocelyn Plovits (26) December 2014, page 10
  • Sustainable food futures (Forest Talk) (27) April 2015, page 13
  • Mauro Stemberger visits the Arboretum, by Mike Wooley (28) July 2015, pages 4–5

TREE MONITORING


  • Tree data project—summary (5) September 2009, pages 3–4
  • We talked to the trees and they gave us the info to . . . by Linda Beveridge (8) February 2010, pages 2–4
  • Tree measuring update, by Roger Hnatiuk and Linda Muldoon (15) October 2011, page 12
  • High speed growth! by Jocelyn Plovits (17) May 2012, page 10
  • Sizing up the dragons (Forest Talk) (20) February 2013, page 12
  • Tree monitoring sub-group periodic report, by Roger Hnatiuk (21) May 2013, page 13
  • Tree measuring to a 21-gun salute (Forest Talk) (22) August 2013, page 12
  • Roger's got his metal pegs! (Forest Talk) (26) December 2014, page 13
  • Tree stocktake nearly complete (Forest Talk) (26) December 2014, page 13

VOLUNTERERING OPPORTUNITIES


  • Volunterering opportunities (12)February 2011, page 7
  • Some of our wonderful 2011 volunteers, by Jocelyn Plovits (16) January 2012, page 5
  • Friends out in force (16) January 2012, page 14

VOLUNTEER TRAINING


  • Chair report (8) February 2010, page 1
  • A guided tour for the bus guides (Forest Talk) (18) September 2012, page 10
  • Training our volunteer guides, by Jocelyn Plovits (20) February 2013, page 2

WATER STORAGE AND IRRIGATION


  • So where's the bloody water coming from??? by John Mackay (1) March 2008, page 3
  • Watering the Wollemis (Forest Talk) (21) May 2013, page 12

WORKING BEES


  • Inaugural working bee, by Sherry McArdle-English (2) August 2008, page 10
  • Friends at the June working bee (5) September 2009, page 5
  • Working in the Wollemis, by Jennie Widdowson and Cynthia Blount (6) November 2009, pages 4–5
  • Busy busy working bees, by Linda Muldoon (18) September 2012, pages 8–9
  • Working bee on 16 February (Forest Talk) (20) February 2013, page 13
  • Working bee on 8 June (Forest Talk) (22) August 2013, page 13
  • Working bees (23) December 2013, page 7
  • Freeing the South Esk pines (Forest Talk) (23) December 2013, page 12
  • We get by with a little help from our friends (24) May 2014, page 11
  • Hard yakka! (Forest Talk) (26) December 2016, page 13
  • One very special working bee! (27) April 2015, page 8
- Working bee stalwarts (Forest Talk) (28) July 2015, page 15
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