searching the web

To: Chris Coleborn <>
Subject: searching the web
From: "Anne & Roger A. Green" <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2001 13:23:25 +0930
Hi Chris and others
Have you got access to the WWW?
If so, I strongly recommend the search engine.
Just type in the url part of your browser, then, once you're
in Google (its quick to load and light on advertising) type a few words
eg. "roadside vegetation victoria Aus" (case doesn't matter) into the
appropriate space and click on "search".
You should get at least 10 links to follow and in my experience they
should be highly relevant to your search.

Chris Coleborn wrote:
>  Is there anyone who could advise me of what that legislation is
> and with whom I may be able to discuss the matter more fully?

Hope this helps.
Anne Green
Atriplex Services: "Working With Nature" Environmental Consultants,
Growers of native Australian plants, educators.
Visit our Native Plant Nursery at "Fiddlers' Green"
Blanchetown Road, Morgan, South Australia.

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