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.

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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