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A few things worth mentioning that is transpiring in my world.

On telly tomorrow night!  Woo hoo!  C31 in Melbourne at 7.30pm AEDST on Vasili’s Garden.  For other Australian capitals, click here for the schedule.  For on-line viewing click here.

I received an email from the National Library of Australia today, who want permission to archive my blog in the PANDORA Archive.  Of course I said yes to this request.  My actions will be preserved in perpetuity.  This is the official reason why.

“The National Library has selected your publication for archiving because we have judged it to be an important component of the national documentary heritage. We want it to be available to researchers now and in the future. So that researchers can discover that your publication exists and where it is located, the National Library catalogues it and adds the record to its own online catalogue and to the National Bibliographic Database.”

Apparently, I am a national treasure! ;-), but hey, Kim already tells me that I am her national treasure every single day.

I also contacted by Julia at 60 minutes again today, saying that I was not forgotten, and that the story will be delayed until the UK spring.  Happy to be onboard still.

Also, I have a guest spot on Ricki Carrols Cheese Making blog on Thursday!  Jeri, who writes the blog, contacted me a few weeks ago for permission to reposted my Wensleydale recipe with credit of course.  Thanks Jeri.

Well that is about it for tonight.  Lots of things going on, and still lots to write about in the world of sustainable living.  Never a dull moment around here.

Gav

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Comments

  1. says

    WOW you are a busy man and now a National Treasure. Well done Gavin. You do a very inspiring job and I am learning a lot through following your blog. Cheers, Wendy

  2. BJ says

    Hi Gavin,
    Just dropped by to let you know how much I enjoyed seeing you on Vasili’s Garden this evening!

    It was lovely to have a tour around your garden and be able to get a better perspective of how you have fitted all that into a suburban block.

    What i like most about the segment (and your blog) is how you manage to make much of what you do seem accesible and achievable to do. I often leave your blog thinking “I could do that, i must give that a go”.

    Thanks again,
    BJ

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