This was the last week of study and the last week to see Brett too. We started the lecture with the work that Brett is doing in Queensland and feedback in our presentation from him. It was a short lecture about 30 minutes before we moved on to our final assessment.
Eleni had questions more about issues to explore in booklets:
What is the SUGi project and how does its methods different from monoculture planting?
Forests grown through the Miyawaki method grow faster, denser and with more biodiversity — is there scientific grounding behind this?
How much maintenance attention needs to be paid to the area, and for how long?
What costs are involved in establishing these forests?
I got feedback that 8 pages of the booklet would be a good size (gosh, I planned for 14 pages..). I heard his opinion from Juanita’s question that he doesn’t want to change his logo and font. Therefore, I worked a little bit further on finding what font he has used in his logo.
After the break, I had a long consultation with Gabriella about the last assessment next week. I knew she must really worry about my task because mine was a bit left behind from other friends. I felt thankful for extending submission time to the next week because I had too many final assessment to finish last week and I felt so exhausted. It’s only one task to go and I learnt many aspects from this course. I might feel regretted when it finished.
Thank you Eleni and Gabriella who took care of our class. I appreciate it!