Three planters came from afar – Mark Feltrin, who is the new President of AFG's FFORNE branch in NE Vic and a carbon credit officer. He reckons we should examine gaining carbon credits for the ImLal site.
Also, Anthony Dufty the co-ordinator of the newly-formed Moorabool Landcare Network, who, by yet another amazing coincidence, is one of the founders of analogue forestry (AF) in Australia. Ian Penna quotes him in the intro to Recreating the Country. We had never met Anthony until the planting day and only recently learnt he had a farm nearby at Bacchus Marsh – it's indeed a small world!
Watch this space for collaborative ventures in the AF field between BRT and the Moorabool Landcare Network.
Anthony brought a WOOFER, Nicky, along who would have enjoyed herself more if she hadn't been plagued by mozzie bites.