A Dream of What Could Be

Great article today in the Otago Daily Times about Foulden Maar – history, what’s there including a nice selection of fossil photos, and the writer Elena McPhee has spoken with Associate Prof Daphne Lee from the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.

At:   Sifting through layers of history

The campaign to #SaveFouldenMaar is still active – I’ve just read a tweet that informs me they’re only 300 signatures away from having 8000 people who want to #SaveFouldenMaar from being mined for diatomite. Let’s save the fossils!

You can add your signature at:    Save Foulden Maar   (you don’t need to be from New Zealand to sign).

If you care, then PLEASE SIGN. Thank you.


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Class of students at Foulden Maar, April 2006. Wikipedia Commons via Larusnz CC-BY-SA-4.0

— Posted by Liz; Exploring Colour (2019)

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