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Rocking for the forest

By johnboy - 5 October 2010 3

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Not so much a fundraiser as a fully fledged festival is coming to Ainslie’s Corroboree Park in December. Here’s what Facebook has to say:

FOREST FUNDRAISER SPECTACULAR

$10 unwaged, $20 unwaged, families are negotiable!

Come and enjoy a wonderful day in support of the beautiful Tassie Forests!

The Line-up:

— George Bishop
— Feral Highway
— Ungus Ungus Ungus (Sydney)
— Winiata
— Rafe Morris
— One Foot In The Gravy
— Cuddlefish
— Ben Drysdale
— Dubba Rukki
— Julia and the Deep Sea Sirens
— Julianne Cowley
— Marco Solo (The Forest)
— The Adam Hole and Marji Curran Band
— Readable Graffiti

There will also be tree climbing workshops, organic lunch and dinner, fun kids activities, screenings of Tassie Forest films, alcohol for sale and much much more!!!!

All proceeds go towards the grassroots campaigns to save both NSW’s South-Eastern forests and Tasmania’s Southern forests.

http://www.stillwildstillthreatened.org/

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3 Responses to
Rocking for the forest
Rangi 10:21 am 06 Oct 10

Pommy bastard said :

$10 unwaged, $20 unwaged, families are negotiable!

Obviously not expecting anyone with a job to attend, figures.

Hippies, not the best organised of people are thy? Bless….

Glad I wasn’t the only one thinking along those lines

Pommy bastard 7:14 pm 05 Oct 10

$10 unwaged, $20 unwaged, families are negotiable!

Obviously not expecting anyone with a job to attend, figures.

Hippies, not the best organised of people are thy? Bless….

30january1649 6:17 pm 05 Oct 10

Cool. Let’s throw Tasmanians in managed forests out of work and get our wood products from the well-managed forests of Indonesia and PNG.

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