Australian Garden History October issue: being seen to conserve

The October issue of Australian Garden History offers plenty of inspiration for those who have planted a tree, joined a bushcare group or contributed to the National Trust. Former Director of Conservation at the National Trust NSW, Graham Quint, reflects on his career and shares family photographs that show what a school project planting trees along a highway can achieve. Elizabeth Teeland’s account of bush regeneration in suburban Brisbane demonstrates what can be done in community-government partnerships.

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