All the plants obtained via the Environmental Education Fund are now in thanks to a small but enthusiastic team of volunteers. Michelle Gordon, the Canadian Biodiversity exchange student travelled up to Leigh with me for the day on Sunday, 28 June. We commenced planting at 9.30am and after an hour of digging very hard and dry soil were starting to feel rather disillusioned as we had only planted about 20 plants. We were soon joined by Rick Carlyon and his son-in-law Lachie who dug the holes with a pick while we planted. It was a great system and by 1.30pm we had completed the job.