Claire: We’ve got Judy here who can actually give us a bit of insight into the space by giving us directions. She is going to take us on a loop of a walk. I’m going to be doing the talking but she will show us the way, and when we get to certain parts, we’re going to give you a little bit of conversation and then we’re going to give you a chance to play with your cards and we’re going to do it in different positions. We’ve got dune forest which is more Milkwood forest, and then we go into the edge of the rocks and then to the lagoon and then to the beach. Those are all different ecosystems and these same patterns repeat at different ecosystem levels and at the individual level of the small organisms. This is a two-hour walk where we discover and walk. It’s not a, “I know everything by the end”. I have more explanation and more discovery and deeper focus by the end.

That will be the boundary of everything there, forming an integrated network and enables them to create a very much stronger, or not necessarily a stronger but more resilient barrier, for all the things they are trying to do, protecting the inland systems, so that the inland system can find a foundation to form a different kind of ecosystem. It’s really fascinating if you look at the context first. Wherever you go, context is your first question. Is it closer to the sun? Is there heat when it’s wet or heat when it’s dry? So wet and hot, wet and cold, wet and hot or wet and dry. So you’re trying to get to the point of understanding the context as your starting point, then you look at what are the species that evolved…

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