[permaculture] a delightful historical snippet of pre permaculture days in Australia - deep greenspace

Lawrence London lfljvenaura at gmail.com
Thu Nov 2 21:31:07 EDT 2017


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- fascinating: Prior to white settlement, the aborigines in the Sydney area
enjoyed a pleasant climate and there was a plentiful food supply, including
fish and other products from the sea and the rivers. The whole area between
the Cooks and Georges Rivers was covered by a forest of huge trees. What is
now the suburb of Campsie was a gently sloping area from the ridge which is
now Canterbury Road to Cooks River on the east and north, and a steeper
slope to Cup and Saucer Creek on the south.

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Lawrence F. London, Jr.
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