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September 2005

How to use bark and trunks to help identify Big Scrub trees

September 4, 2005 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Rocky Creek Dam, 654 Fernleigh Road
Brooklet, New South Wales 2479 Australia
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Peter will be running a workshop titled 'How to use bark and trunks to help identify Big Scrub trees' at the Big Scrub Rainforest Day. The Big Scrub Rainforest Day is Australia's largest annual landcare information and entertainment event that provides an opportunity for everyone to gain information about rain forests and their restoration from Australian's leading experts.

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November 2011

Barks and Trunks Rainforest Tree Identification Workshop

November 5, 2011 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Murray Scrub, Toonumbar National Park
Toonumbar, New South Wales 2474 Australia
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Peter Poropat, author of well known book ‘Barks and Trunks: Rainforest trees of South-eastern Australia” will teach you how to identify mature rainforest trees by features of their barks and trunks as well as their uses and values

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May 2013

Barks and Trunks Rainforest Tree Identification Workshop and Book Launch

May 4, 2013 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Murray Scrub, Toonumbar National Park
Toonumbar, New South Wales 2474 Australia
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Peter Poropat, author of well known book 'Barks and Trunks: Rainforest trees of South-eastern Australia" will teach you how to identify mature rainforest trees by features of their barks and trunks as well as their uses and values. All Welcome/ Limited places RSVP essential

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October 2013

Whose bark is that?

October 12, 2013 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tamborine Mountain, Queensland 4272 Australia + Google Map

Presenter - Pete Poropat, Bush Regenerator and Author A popular session with Pete Poropat, a rainforest bushman whose skills in identifying the giants of our rain forests has been learned over decades. Pete will share these skills to help identify rainforest trees by their bark and trunk features. Activity not suitable for children

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