Monday, 17 December 2012


Along with  other community members from the Clarence Valley and supporters from elsewhere in the Northern Rivers, the Grafton Loop of Knitting Nannas Against Gas (KNAG), has been in regular attendance at the Glenugie site where coal seam gas miner Metgasco plans a test drill.

Junior KNAG

Today the Grafton KNAGs were joined for their knit-in by KNAGs from Kyogle and Lismore as well as Jan Barham, Member of the NSW Legislative Council.  We were again serenaded by a guitarist from Brunswick Heads and watched two youngsters show their expertise with French knitting.

MLC Jan Barham (L) and KNAGs from Lismore and Grafton

Then the Lismore knitters produced their Christmas decorations and added some KNAG class to the Christmas tree in front of the Metgasco gate.