Our next General Meeting on Monday 7th August is a joint meeting with the Inner West Branch of the National Trust Victoria. It will feature a talk by Raylene Marshall, curator of 'a stone upon a stone', about Victoria's significant dry stone walls. Dry stone walls were used not only for fencing and walls as a result of land clearing but also by indigenous people for fish and eel traps. Find out more about these intriguing structures we take for granted on our rural landscapes.
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So what's happening in Williamstown Botanic Garden this month?
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