Monthly Archives: June 2014

‘Tree-mendous Wolli’ Sunday 20th July – in the lead up to National Tree Day (on the 27th July), come along for a short bushwalk and activities relating to our campaign to preserve the trees and other bushland plants and animals at the western end of the Wolli Valley

Recent announcements by Federal and State Government have meant that the great bushland at the western (Bexley North) end of the Wolli Valley, is under dire threat from the M5E/Westconnex project. Test drilling could begin at any time. We know … Continue reading

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Join us on another Fungal Foray in the Wolli Valley on Saturday July 12

On Saturday July 12th 2014, Sydney Fungal Studies Group and the WCPS will again be surveying the Wolli Valley for fungi. This follows on from our successful  ‘fungal foray’ in March this year, and in 2013.   We will be … Continue reading

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