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32. Peter Feast

Peter has been President of Port MacDonnell Landcare Inc. for more than 10 years and an active Member for at least 20 years.

He is very knowledgeable about landcare, and is a dedicated a leader. Our members respect him; he keeps the group together and going forward. Peter always follows up suggestions made by members, and is the driving force behind projects but at the same time delegates wherever appropriate.

Peter liases between other bodies eg. National Parks, Council, Greencore, Greening Australia and Conservation Volunteers Australia.

Our president attends workshops and seminars. He successfully makes applications for grants for the projects he envisages as being beneficial to the community and maintenance of our environment.

Peter organises working bees to eradicate weeds, to plant trees, build boardwalks and maintain these. The highlight this year was the new walking trail which now links up with the loop and joins the path from Lions Park through Germein Reserve to Dingley Dell, giving walkers the opportunity to enjoy first hand local Flora and Fauna.

800 trees were planted by the group at Keiselback Road to preserve pristine native vegetation. Peter invited Allendale East Area school children to come and plant trees and this was very successful. The children enjoyed the work.

With scientific advice from a member Peter organised a working bee to put up Bat Boxes in Germein Reserve to promote the species inhabiting the area.

Peter has on a number of occasions organised Conservation Volunteers Australia to do a weeks work in the District, these volunteers have come from as far afield as the USA, Korea and of course Australia.

Peter Feast is a full time farmer and has diversified to growing trees for timber and runs a Native plant Nursery. In addition he puts a lot of time and effort into the Landcare Group.