March 18, 2021

'Sentinels guarding the memory of our land' - Lou Costa

'Sentinels guarding the memory of our land' - Lou Costa

Lou Costa (pictured) writes poetically and passionately about the loss of tree stock in northern Victoria's  Goulburn Valley, particularly the  "big, old habitat trees" in her magical piece "On our watch".

The Rushworth landscape gardener was kind enough to read her piece for Climate Conversations. But it is more than that as Lou talks a lot about the importance of the trees in every sense and how they play a critical role in the support of species most never think about.

Along with enjoying and immersing yourself in the wonderful words of Lou Costa, take a moment to enjoy "Music for a Warming World".

 

 

 

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