Just one snap from Shades of Death (ack: Daryl Carr)
YOUR ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED
April 2017. The Rimstone Cooperative directors are announcing the pending purchase of another property* in the Buchan caves region (East Gippsland, Victoria) – the infamous M-3 Cave, known for years as “Shades of Death”.
Appeals for assistance with funding of the purchase are now open. See more details on the new M-3 Cave page.
To download the M-3 Shades-of-Death Cave Purchase Appeal Form with more details and make a speedy donation, download the special Appeal Form.
THE SUPPORT OF ALL AUSTRALIAN CAVERS,
AND FRIENDS OF KARST WORLDWIDE, IS NEEDED NOW!
* This adds to the earlier purchase of the Scrubby Creek property.
The minutes of the 2015 AGM are available for your download and perusal. See the link on the Newsletters page.
See the latest Rimstone newsletter #22 with details about: the Rimstone AGM – Friday 2 October (agenda, venue, supper, etc. details are in the newsletter); the June Monster Working Bee wrap up; the Lounge Room Project update; and the Scrubby Creek latest (including a Tufa Terrace Project 21-22 November). Note that annual Rimstone fees are now due.
See the newsletter on the Rimstone web site, Newsletters page: http://rimstone.org.au/newsletters.html
See the latest newsletter, with details about the Monster Working Bee for a whole week in late June. See the newsletter on the Rimstone web site, Newsletters page: http://rimstone.org.au/newsletters.html
The latest newsletter #20 is uploaded and available, as is the notice of the 2014 AGM (Friday 12 September) with interim minutes from the previous year AGM. The newsletter also includes a detailed report from the June Working Bee, and a couple of photos. See the newsletter on the Rimstone web site, Newsletters page: http://rimstone.org.au/newsletters.html
Newsletter #19 is now available to download from the Rimstone web site, Newsletters page: http://rimstone.org.au/newsletters.html
Quite a few people turned out last weekend for the Homeleigh Working Bee, and a lot of work was done.
See the photos here (public in Facebook).
Here’s a few hard workers taking a well-earned smoko break (except no one smokes).