Crowbar Planting with Save Our Waterways Now

Crowbar Planting with Save Our Waterways Now

Water-saving and energy-efficient way of planting tubestock in bushcare sites. The method involves very close planting into holes dug with a crowbar and prewatered. Water crystals are added. This method allows for planting with very little soil disturbance....
Dutchmans Pipe – The Killer from Brazil

Dutchmans Pipe – The Killer from Brazil

Dutchmans Pipe – The Killer from Brazil Environmental education film about a Brazilian vine (Aristolochia elegans) introduced as a garden plant into South East Queensland, Australia. Dutchman’s Pipe has become a serious problem in dry rainforest where it...
Fish Snapshot – at Walton Bridge Reserve

Fish Snapshot – at Walton Bridge Reserve

Each year, in Spring and again in Autumn, SOWN volunteers survey the fish populations and water quality of local creeks. This autumn (2006) we were joined by fish expert Dr Kev Warburton from the University of Queensland. Bait netting netting and dip netting showed...
Raspberry Festival 2006

Raspberry Festival 2006

SOWN TV has done it again. A event documentary this time, of our successful inaugural Raspberry Festival, held in Walton Bridge Reserve, The Gap. Camera: Matti Crocker Stills & 2nd Unit: Mark Crocker Presenters: Anne Jones & Robert Whyte Script & Post:...

Water Saving Inventions for Gardeners and Bush Care Groups

Brian Hallinan, one of the founders of SOWN, shows us several water saving inventions for gardeners and bush carers including the coreflute plant guard, the amazing water spike, the dribbler, and the automatic chook-house door. Interviewee: Brian Hallinan Camera,...