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A sunny afternoon at Barringwood Estate

Reading Time: < 1 minute Sipping sparkling wine among rolling green hills is hard to beat on a sunny afternoon. I know…

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How to naturally purify the air in your house

Reading Time: < 1 minute In the late 1980s, America’s space agency (NASA) studied house plants as a way to clean the…

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Save the lobsters

Reading Time: < 1 minute Earlier this year I wrote about LaPoinya and logging in Tasmania’s old growth forests. Many months later, the…

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The wondrous Pelican Pick

Reading Time: 2 minutes Is it a spade, a rake, a pick or one of those toothy creatures from Alien? Actually, it…

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Guess who’s coming to dinner?

Reading Time: < 1 minute A recent science article reports that our cave dwelling ancestors were often victims of bears and sabre-tooth cats…

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Autumn mulching

Reading Time: < 1 minute Autumn is a great time to rake up all the leaves scattered around the garden to use…

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Can you be friends with someone who doesn’t believe in climate change?

Reading Time: 2 minutes Recently, a work colleague told me that her decision to leave tropical Queensland for North West Tasmania was motivated by…

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Lapoinya’s secret weapon in the fight to save Tasmania’s old-growth forests

Reading Time: 6 minutes “Where’s the hope?” my friend Dave asks as we drive through plantations of recently felled trees. Piles of…