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Posted by Rhonda Ayliffe about 12 years ago
last week our region experienced the second largest flood recorded (the biggest ever was the 1971 monster) .... here's our little creek - flood waters are dropping rapidly (usually a small stream) ....
The Bega Valley is much flatter than our hilly place - so things were a
whole lot more serious - low lying houses, businesses and farms were
flooded with wide spread devasation to land and infrastructure.... Aside from this being a timely reminder of the need to plan for flooding (and NOT ploughing your paddocks in the wetter months, as I noticed some farms now stripped of topsoil had done), I'm mostly posting here as the floods have impacted plans for our open day at sams creek (originally scheduled for may 1 - national permy day!). We are now planning to open sasm creek bookworks and the garden here at Sams Creek sometime in october 2011.... date yet to be determined.
keep an eye on the dedicated blog for updates:
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|permaculture design certificate|
|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course|
|Verifying teacher: John Champagne|
|Other Teachers: Hugh Gravestein, Phil Gall, Kathleen McCann, Aaron Sorensen, Julie Davies, Daniel Deighton|
|Date: Oct 2010|