Fivebough story

Subject: Fivebough story
From: Ian Fraser <>
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 15:20:41 +1000
Just one more little point about Fivebough (which as I've said before, is really a must at present). The water flowing into it (and nearby Tuckerbil Swamp) for the first time in 8 years isn't doing so by chance. It was negotiated and fought for by the T and F Trust of local conservation-minded people, who obtained a water allowance for an environmental flow. I find it very cheering, at a time when not a lot of things on the environmental front are doing that for me....



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