Landcare awards

ACT Landcare and Sustainable Cities 2007 Awards for FoMM It is a great pleasure to announce that Friends of Mt Majura (FoMM) have received the Landcare Community Group 2007 Award as part of the ACT Landcare 2007 Awards and the ACT Sustainable Cities 2007 Award in the category Urban Habitat…

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September 2007 newsletter

Watering National Tree Day seedlings – this Sunday, 9 September, 5.00 pm onwards Spring Working Bee and Morning Tea – Sunday, 16 September Leaping into Frogwatch 2007: Introduction session – Tuesday, 25 September FYI: The ABC Stateline television program “Sustainable Hackett” will be shown at the Hackett Community Association meeting,…

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July 2007 newsletter

Up-coming events July and August, FoMM 2007 program Communication and emailing Minutes of FoMM meeting 01.07.07 / financial report 2006/2007 New to our website Up-coming Events, includes maps, pictures, reports and background information Dragonfly Waterbug Survey April 2007 World Environment Day 2007 Walk Talk and Tea – report and pictures…

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May 2007 newsletter

Preparation of upcoming events – FoMM meeting Sunday 13 May Project Dragonfly Follow-up Erosion Control Work – Working Bee Sunday 20 May Biodiversity in your Backyard. Talk by Beth Mitchell – Wednesday 23 May Preview: World Environment Day 2007 Walk Talk and Tea on Mt Majura – Sunday 3 June…

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Draft program 2007

Friends of Mt Majura (FoMM) Draft Program 2007 (as at 3/7/07)     Month Date Event Feb-07 18.02 Woody Weeds Mar-07 2.03 Seed Collection   11.03 FoMM meeting   18.03 Woody Weeds   25.03 Seeds and seedlings   25.03 Walk: Walking with Ants Apr-07 1.04 Walk: Walking with Ants  …

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March 2007 newsletter

Seeds and Seedlings: Sunday 25 March 2007 Walking With the Ants: Sunday 25 March 2007 Woody Weeds Working Bee and Morning Tea: Sunday 15 April Rabbit Control on Mt Majura Minutes of Friends of Mt Majura Meeting Plans for 2007 Good morning, Friends I’m running late with this newsletter. I…

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