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Secure yourself a copy of Vic’s book, Firestick Ecology.

Click HERE to view an earlier VFFA post about this book.

Fairdinkum science in plain English by Vic Jurskis.

ISBN: 9781925138740

Normally $34.95

VFFA special offer is only $25 + postage

Limited copies available, use the form below to send an email to our Membership Officer (Jeanette) to secure your copy.

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