Phil Docherty takes us on a Eucalypt tour, our Chair discusses extinctions, our Director sees opportunities after election and congratulates our new Member for the Kimberley. Living Green talks plastic and Mad Cow likens EK to the Ox. Hamsini tells of fire studies in vine thickets, Matt reports on the Bunuba Weeds Workshop, and we seek volunteers for our market stall. Our correspondent appreciates our efforts, Tess brings fundraising news and Victoria introduces us to colonial ascidians. We say Vale and thanks to the late Clare Howard. Mal talks Karajarri tech, and Jesse says farewell. Oh — and you can mention EK in your will.EK Newsletter Issue 92 April 2021.pdf
Shaun talks fracking, TOs and gas dilemmas, our Chairperson welcomes new staff and Board members, and our Director explores landclearing, legal and illegal. We farewell MP Josie Farrer, who stood strong for the Fitzroy and against fracking. Living Green visits Broome’s Cash for Containers depot and Mad Cow takes risks. Hamsini explains desert fire and Mal talks high tech. Tessa describes our new style of art auction, while Ayesha and rangers investigate wattles. We help launch the Marduwarra management plan. Victoria describes symbiosis and Jesse works with hidden Bilbies. Danielle promotes the Weeds Network. We meet the new Board members and staff. Happy Christmas.EK Newsletter Issue 91 December 2020.pdf
We open with the closure of the sewage ponds, then our Chairperson discusses the EPBC Act review and our Director tells of pressure on the Fitzroy River. We have a book review, and Mad Cow photosynthesises. Shaun warns us about fracking plans, Hamsini tackles that Sneaky Bush and Mal reports on Minyirr regeneration after fire. Jesse maps vegetation by drone, two patrons write us letters and we close with two fundraisers: the Gray Bros’ concert and the new model EK Art Auction.EK NEWSLETTER ISSUE 90 AUGUST 2020.pdf
Our Director imagines the future after Covid-19, our Chairperson thinks of new ways to raise funds, Shaun warns about fracking and Living Green suggests activities for Lockdown. Mad Cow discusses chaos, Louise talks weeds and our editor gets gloomy. Malcolm writes of abundant nature and EK’s projects under restrictions. We welcome new staff and Board members and farewell two dear friends. Hamsini reports on Monsoon Vine Thicket recovery and Alan gives advice on growing vegetables. Our friend Neil writes a Covid poem. We thank Pindan Printing for its service.EK Newsletter Issue 89 April 2020.pdf
Craig has fun at Fitzroy Crossing, Kate discovers pyrogeography and talks governance, Martin discusses fish kills and fracking. Living Green solves Christmas dilemmas, Mad Cow laments misleading rhetoric, and Kylie makes signs. Traditional Owners speak up for the Fitzroy River. Andrew talks bilbies and kills neem trees, Tess enjoys a musical performance at the Buddhist Sanctuary and introduces new staff members. KNP launches Bunuba plants book, Grace describes the women rangers’ camp, Kylie and Alex bake cakes, Shaun opposes fracking, Seagrass wins an award and we bid farewell to staff.EK Newsletter Issue 88 December 2019.pdf
In this edition, Karajarri Rangers research species abundance before and after fire, our Chairperson looks back on ten years of art auctions, and Tessa reports on this year’s one. Living Green praises hankies and Mad Cow is disturbed by Chevron. Fiona describes Seagrass dancing and our Director double-pages the Fitzroy River. Mal talks language and country according to Glenn Wightman, Tess tells us about our Concert for the Kimberley, and Nigel searches for Night Parrots. In the dark.EK Newsletter issue 87 August 2019.pdf
Our Director ponders the benefits of gas versus tourism and reminds us of government promises to protect the Fitzroy. Our Vice Chair explains the Urban Heat Island effect. We bid goodbye to Phillip and welcome Grace and Nigel. Living Green talks container deposits and Mad Cow worries about disappearing insects. Read Phillip’s fracking swansong and Kylie’s story of women rangers’ work in Monsoon Vine Thickets. SKIPA tackles weeds with Clontarf boys, Fiona praises seagrass heroes and Jess explains taxonomy. And don’t forget our Art Auction in July.EK Newsletter Issue 86 April 2019.pdf
EK wins Google funding, Kate talks advances in recycling and Martin lambasts the government over fracking. Living Green saves electricity and Mad Cow argues that Nature is priceless. The Seedbank Project goes commercial, and Ayesha tells us what to plant. Mal et al protect the Night Parrot, while the Water Corporation gets a serve for endangering Bilbies. We have new Board and Staff members, and Fiona waxes lyrical about seagrass. Guess who won the Awards? We have a poem about gas and our Art Auction moves to Perth.EK News Issue 85 December 2018.pdf
In this edition...
Our Director and crowd join local MP Josie Farrer to oppose fracking, our Chairperson is all for container deposits, and Tessa reports on our Concert and Art Auction. Living Green berates Coles over plastic bags, while Mad Cow hopes to be euthanased and Jess conducts fauna a survey with Nyikina Mangala Rangers. Kylie plants trees with several ranger groups, while Carmel explains how money can grow on them. We meet women rangers and country managers, Fi finds changes in seagrass beds, while Ayesha goes back to country with women rangers.EK Newsletter Issue 84 August 2018.pdf
In this edition...
Featuring the floods — Mal finds predator and prey in promiscuous huddles, Living Green draws lessons from cyclones, Kylie laments the drowning of plants while Fiona celebrates lush seagrass and Jason worries about sewage overflow. Our Chairperson sounds warnings from the Murray-Darling and our Director reports opposing views on the Fitzroy River’s future. KNP receives grants for three projects, but Mad Cow loses the plot. Ayesha runs a Nyul Nyul language workshop to produce a book of plants. The Editor receives two letters, SKIPA values volunteers and we announce the art auction.EK Newsletter Issue 83 April 2018.pdf