The November Streamlines is the last issue for 2018 and ends the year with another interesting edition. In it we pay tribute to our founding Treasurer Rex Carr who passed away in September . Rex performed that role from the inception of the Pullen Pullen Catchments Group in 1999 until 2010.
We have some further great photographs of fungi in Anstead Bushland Reserve continuing Margaret O'Grady's fascinating series. Members Lynn and Hugh Brown share some of their experiences revegetating their property in Anstead. Our President John Ness gives us some surprising findings resulting from satellite monitoring of forest areas.
There is interesting news from the Brisbane City Council who are developing a Master Plan for the area which includes the Anstead Bushland Reserve and extends from Mt. Crosby Road to the Legacy Way offset plantings on Hawkesbury Road. We will share more information when progress is made.
As usual our Editor Helen Ogle has done an excellent job of editing this issue.
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The PPCG acknowledges the support of the Lord Mayor's Community Sustainability and Environmental Grants Programs for a grant to help with administrative, bushcare and educational costs.