It would be great if we could have some representation at this meeting as an outbreak of Cinnamon Fungus could be detrimental for our use on foot and on bike.
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From: Jeffrey Rootes [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 5:39 PM
Subject: FoCC General Meeting Wednesday April 18th focussing on Phytophthora disease in the Park
Dear members and friends,
A reminder of the very important presentation on "Phytophthora" or its common name Cinnamon Fungus by Mr David Smith a recognised Victorian expert on Phytophthora.
This is a great opportunity for all friends whether walkers, native gardeners, cyclists or nature lovers to learn more about this threat to the Park and what may be able to be done.
7pm Wednesday April 18th
at Earth Ed Centre
Mt Clear College
All welcome, entry with gold coin donation. Light refreshments served at conclusion.
Attached is a PDF poster for workplaces or circulation