Sunday, August 21, 2005

Free Hit Counters


Policy platform 2

Natalie hereby decrees that during the entire month of CARPACOPIA we should all eat fish at least once a week.

Policy platform 1

Natalie hereby decrees that all CARPACOPIA (tm) memorandums should henceforth be only in blue and orange.

Monday, June 20, 2005

they've disappeared!

oh no, the carp have temporarily disappeared!!!!!!
i like maddy's theory that they have moved out to the mouth of the creek becuase the rain washed all the nutrients out that direction :-)
first one to really see a carp again before the holidays wins a chocolate bar!!!!!!!!!

signing off, geraldine

Sunday, June 12, 2005

carp of course

lets not get too excited and jump in the water... yet......

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Beware- these are dangerous beasties

Hi Carp lovers- Here is an excerpt I found in The Age on Friday (25 March).

"Consider the humble rabbit, carp or cane toad- seemingly innocuous creatures imported into this country as targets for hunters and fishermen, or in the toad's case, introduced in 1935 to control two insect pests in Queensland's cane fields. (no Queensland jokes....)
In each case, the foreign beasties multiplied beyond reckoning and inflicted great harm to Australia's natural environment - killing or starving native species and causing millions of dollars worth of damage to agricultural crops or fisheries"

This was the interesting bit, I thought. The full article is now on my wall- with a great picture of the European carp- we should scan it in.......

Ah, Carpacopia... [sighs contently]

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

Important Carpacopia Updates

Hi Carp Lovers,
So far we have two items on the agenda for our first meeting:
1) Finalising the spelling of Carpacopia v Carpucopia
2) oooh I have forgotten the second one.... was it something to do with the music??
I'll fix this post up later when I remember what the second one was- arrgh I am a bad Co-Director ;-)

The inagural October festival dedicated to the eradication of the migrating beauty that is Carp (Cyprinus carpo).
By the scenic Sullies Creek, we salute you carp, and wish you well on your journey.

Friday, February 25, 2005


It's all about the carp!