What’s On in Late October

Annual General Meeting

It’s that time of year when we have sort our membership details and look back over our achievements over the year. And always with a weather eye to whats in our future.

If you have a hankering to join a fab bunch of people doing great things in the community- this is your chance!! Jump in

Join us for the 2018 annual AGM with a few short formalities and lots of good conversation and stupendously great people!!

Location: We will be out the back of Pjs Mexican kitchen, 599 High st Northcote.

When: Thursday October 18, 7:30pm.

We are planning some activities for the evening…

Tickets/ Transition Darebin memberships can be obtained via Eventbrite or at the door on the night.

For more info and any questions – Please contact transitiondarebin@gmail.com

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday October 20, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday October 20, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.Convivial

Love Water Protect Forests – with Newlands Friends of the Forest

What: A musical evening to celebrate our forests, featuring the Orbweavers and the Sanacori Italian Ensemble.
When: Tuesday 23 October, 7 pm to 9 pm
Where: The Old Fire Station Cafe Gallery, 378 High Street Preston
How: Book on Eventbrite here.

In Victoria we have extraordinary forests that are the source of our of fresh drinking water and we need to protect them. These unique forests are in crisis from ongoing logging by successive Victorian governments!

Come to hear beautiful music and gain insights about these rare and threatened ecosystems from highly regarded ecologists who have built up practical knowledge. What is the forest’s role in bringing us our life sustaining water supply?

Around one hour away from Preston stand the magnificent mountain ash forests of the central highlands. These are the tallest flowering trees and most carbon dense forests in the world, and are home to our iconic wildlife.

Wonderful music from the Orbweavers. Drawing on love of history and science the Orbweavers have charmed audiences with evocative songs of creeks, quarries and industrial landmarks. Also Sanacori Italian ensemble – mesmerising southern Italian tarantella music to raise our senses and drive us to forest protection action!

The many cultures of Preston are united by a shared care and curiosity about nature and wanting to secure these unique forests for future generations to enjoy and be sustained by. Join us in the joy of coming together to share, learn and connect.

Light supper provided, with vegan and Gluten Free options.

Newlands Friends of the Forest and Transition Darebin are hosting this event as part of the Transitions in the Pub series.

We acknowledge the people of the Kulin Nations, on whose unceded land we will be gathering, and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday October 27, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Convivial Kitchen and Garden – Bee Hotel

Native bees are good friends in the garden, performing the valuable service of pollination. Learn more about solitary native bees, and the advantages of attracting these to your garden, as well as learning how to make your very own insect hotel in which these good garden friends can set up house! Katrina Forstner, a local gardener, native bee enthusiast and maker of insect hotels will share her knowledge and skills to get you started on attracting more native pollinators into your garden.

The workshop will include a brief introduction to native bees, how to spot a native bee, the nesting types, buzz pollination, what materials are great to get you started with your own bee hotel, and no matter what type of green thumb you are how to set up a bee friendly garden.

BYO – bring some secateurs if you have them.

Eventbrite here.

Sunday October 28, 1 to 3 pm.

Note – location of the event will be given to ticketholders only.

Food Swaps – Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday November 10, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday November 11, 10 am onwards.

Convivial Kitchen Beeswax Workshop – Date-Claimer

More information available soon, but pop it into your diaries now, so that you save the date!

Regards,

Convivial kitchen coordinator in collaboration with Sylvester Hive (we are looking for a couple of new convivial kitchen anchor people so please drop a line if to transitiondarebin@gmail.com if you are keen).

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18 October, 2018 at 12:41 pm Leave a comment

“Buzz Inn” Bee Hotel Making by TD Convivial Garden 28 October

Native bees are good friends in the garden, performing the valuable service of pollination. Learn more about solitary native bees, and the advantages of attracting these to your garden, as well as learning how to make your very own insect hotel in which these good garden friends can set up house!

Katrina Forstner, a local gardener, native bee enthusiast and maker of insect hotels will share her knowledge and skills to get you started on attracting more native pollinators into your garden.

The workshop will include a brief introduction to native bees, how to spot a native bee, the nesting types, buzz pollination, what materials are great to get you started with your own bee hotel, and no matter what type of green thumb you are how to set up a bee friendly garden.

Where? South Preston/Thornbury, as the event takes place at a private home, the exact location of the event will be provided to ticket holders after purchase

Time: 1pm-3pm

Cost: $25 or$30

Booking link: Here.

Maximum of 12 participants.

Bring; BYO Secateurs if you have them

Workshop for adults only.

Buzz across to Thornbury for this hands on practical workshop.

17 October, 2018 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

Love Water Protect Forests – Tuesday 23 October, 7 pm

What: A musical evening to celebrate our forests, featuring the Orbweavers and the Sanacori Italian Ensemble.
When: Tuesday 23 October, 7 pm to 9 pm
Where: The Old Fire Station Cafe Gallery, 378 High Street Preston
How: Book on Eventbrite here.

In Victoria we have extraordinary forests that are the source of our of fresh drinking water and we need to protect them. These unique forests are in crisis from ongoing logging by successive Victorian governments!

Come to hear beautiful music and gain insights about these rare and threatened ecosystems from highly regarded ecologists who have built up practical knowledge. What is the forest’s role in bringing us our life sustaining water supply?

Around one hour away from Preston stand the magnificent mountain ash forests of the central highlands. These are the tallest flowering trees and most carbon dense forests in the world, and are home to our iconic wildlife.

Wonderful music from the Orbweavers. Drawing on love of history and science the Orbweavers have charmed audiences with evocative songs of creeks, quarries and industrial landmarks. Also Sanacori Italian ensemble – mesmerising southern Italian tarantella music to raise our senses and drive us to forest protection action!

The many cultures of Preston are united by a shared care and curiosity about nature and wanting to secure these unique forests for future generations to enjoy and be sustained by. Join us in the joy of coming together to share, learn and connect.

Light supper provided, with vegan and Gluten Free options.

Newlands Friends of the Forest and Transition Darebin are hosting this event as part of the Transitions in the Pub series.

We acknowledge the people of the Kulin Nations, on whose unceded land we will be gathering, and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

 

16 October, 2018 at 12:30 pm Leave a comment

Annual General Meeting – THIS THURSDAY!

It’s that time of year when we have sort our membership details and look back over our achievements over the year. And always with a weather eye to whats in our future.

If you have a hankering to join a fab bunch of people doing great things in the community- this is your chance!! Jump in

Join us for the 2018 annual AGM with a few short formalities and lots of good conversation and stupendously great people!!

Location: We will be out the back of Pjs Mexican kitchen, 599 High st Northcote.

When: Thursday October 18, 7:30pm.

We are planning some activities for the evening…

Tickets/ Transition Darebin memberships can be obtained via Eventbrite or at the door on the night.

For more info and any questions – Please contact transitiondarebin@gmail.com

15 October, 2018 at 12:22 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in October

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday October 13, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday October 14, 10 am onwards.

Annual General Meeting – Date-Claimer

Just a heads-up that our AGM is coming.  It’ll be the evening of (UPDATED) Thursday October 18.

More details to come.

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday October 20, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday October 20, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.Convivial

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday October 27, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Convivial Kitchen and Garden – Bee Hotel

Native bees are good friends in the garden, performing the valuable service of pollination. Learn more about solitary native bees, and the advantages of attracting these to your garden, as well as learning how to make your very own insect hotel in which these good garden friends can set up house! Katrina Forstner, a local gardener, native bee enthusiast and maker of insect hotels will share her knowledge and skills to get you started on attracting more native pollinators into your garden.

The workshop will include a brief introduction to native bees, how to spot a native bee, the nesting types, buzz pollination, what materials are great to get you started with your own bee hotel, and no matter what type of green thumb you are how to set up a bee friendly garden.

BYO – bring some secateurs if you have them.

Eventbrite here.

Sunday October 28, 1 to 3 pm.

Note – location of the event will be given to ticketholders only.

1 October, 2018 at 1:30 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in Late September

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday September 15, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday September 15, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.Convivial

Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday September 22, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Darebin Repair Cafe #3

Darebin Repair Cafe #3 is coming up this month at the Reservoir Senior Citizens Centre, 2-4 Wright St, Reservoir.  It’ll be Sunday September 23, 10am til 1pm.

Spots are now available on Eventbrite for bookings

Repairs on: bicycles, furniture, jewellery, shoes,general, glueing, darning, clothes, small machines, toys.

if you would like to lend a hand with organising/supporting the event – please do get in touch on transitiondarebin@gmail.com

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday October 13, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday October 14, 10 am onwards.

Annual General Meeting – Date-Claimer

Just a heads-up that our AGM is coming.  It’ll be the evening of (UPDATED) Thursday October 18.

More details to come.

Convivial Kitchen and Garden – Bee Hotel

Native bees are good friends in the garden, performing the valuable service of pollination. Learn more about solitary native bees, and the advantages of attracting these to your garden, as well as learning how to make your very own insect hotel in which these good garden friends can set up house! Katrina Forstner, a local gardener, native bee enthusiast and maker of insect hotels will share her knowledge and skills to get you started on attracting more native pollinators into your garden.

The workshop will include a brief introduction to native bees, how to spot a native bee, the nesting types, buzz pollination, what materials are great to get you started with your own bee hotel, and no matter what type of green thumb you are how to set up a bee friendly garden.

BYO – bring some secateurs if you have them.

Eventbrite here.

Sunday October 28, 1 to 3 pm.

Note – location of the event will be given to ticketholders only.

15 September, 2018 at 10:41 am Leave a comment

What’s On in September

Convivial Kitchen and Garden – Grafting and Pruning Workshops with Heritage Fruits Society

John Pinniger of the Heritage Fruits Society and Transition Darebin will run a ‘masterclass’ in grafting for anyone who would like to improve their skills – or learn the basics of fruit tree grafting. This will be hands-on. It involves learning the reasons for, and the science of grafting, and then plenty of time to practice. Budding will also be discussed, but winter is not the best time to do it. Your questions answered. Bring a sharp knife if you have one.

You may not ever graft another tree, but we will discuss the reasons for grafting, when to graft and what to graft, so you understand why and when, and see examples of grafts. We will concentrate on apples, but discuss a wide range of plants.

There is no cost, but the third hour of the three-hour session will be assistance with the grafting of Heritage Fruits Society’s trees, including potting, labelling, etc. (part learning, part application)

The final session (in September) is planned for

Sun 9 Sept 10 AM – Reservoir

Please reply directly to

eventsHFS@gmail.com

with preferred date/time. Maximum 6 per session – more sessions if there is enough interest. Locations accessible by public transport – address sent with acceptance.

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday September 8, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday September 9, 10 am onwards.

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday September 15, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday September 15, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.Convivial

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday September 22, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Darebin Repair Cafe #3

Darebin Repair Cafe #3 is coming up this month at the Reservoir Senior Citizens Centre, 2-4 Wright St, Reservoir.  It’ll be Sunday September 23, 10am til 1pm.

Spots are now available on Eventbrite for bookings

Repairs on: bicycles, furniture, jewellery, shoes,general, glueing, darning, clothes, small machines, toys.

if you would like to lend a hand with organising/supporting the event – please do get in touch on transitiondarebin@gmail.com

Annual General Meeting – Date-Claimer

Just a heads-up that our AGM is coming.  It’ll be the evening of (UPDATED) Thursday October 18.
More details to come.

1 September, 2018 at 1:19 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in Late August

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday August 18, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday August 18, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.Convivial

Convivial Kitchen and Garden – Grafting and Pruning Workshops with Heritage Fruits Society

John Pinniger of the Heritage Fruits Society and Transition Darebin will run a ‘masterclass’ in grafting for anyone who would like to improve their skills – or learn the basics of fruit tree grafting. This will be hands-on. It involves learning the reasons for, and the science of grafting, and then plenty of time to practice. Budding will also be discussed, but winter is not the best time to do it. Your questions answered. Bring a sharp knife if you have one.

You may not ever graft another tree, but we will discuss the reasons for grafting, when to graft and what to graft, so you understand why and when, and see examples of grafts. We will concentrate on apples, but discuss a wide range of plants.

There is no cost, but the third hour of the three-hour session will be assistance with the grafting of Heritage Fruits Society’s trees, including potting, labelling, etc. (part learning, part application)

Sessions are planned for

Wed 22 Aug 9.30AM – Fairfield

Wed 22 Aug 1.00 PM – Fairfield

Sun 26 Aug 9.30 AM – Fairfield

Sun 9 Sept 10 AM – Reservoir

There will also be a bonus pruning workshop in Thornbury, on Sat 1 Sept at 2 PM. The basics of pruning explained and a number of trees will be pruned. Very limited participants. Total time approx. 2 hours.

Please reply directly to

eventsHFS@gmail.com

with preferred date/time. Maximum 6 per session – more sessions if there is enough interest. Locations accessible by public transport – address sent with acceptance.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday August 25, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday September 8, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday September 9, 10 am onwards.

Annual General Meeting – Date-Claimer

Just a heads-up that our AGM is coming.  It’ll be the evening of Wednesday September 19.
More details to come.

15 August, 2018 at 1:25 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in August

Food Swaps

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday August 11, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday August 12, 10 am onwards.

Food Swaps – Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday August 18, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday August 18, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.Convivial

Convivial Kitchen and Garden – Grafting and Pruning Workshops with Heritage Fruits Society

John Pinniger of the Heritage Fruits Society and Transition Darebin will run a ‘masterclass’ in grafting for anyone who would like to improve their skills – or learn the basics of fruit tree grafting. This will be hands-on. It involves learning the reasons for, and the science of grafting, and then plenty of time to practice. Budding will also be discussed, but winter is not the best time to do it. Your questions answered. Bring a sharp knife if you have one.

You may not ever graft another tree, but we will discuss the reasons for grafting, when to graft and what to graft, so you understand why and when, and see examples of grafts. We will concentrate on apples, but discuss a wide range of plants.

There is no cost, but the third hour of the three-hour session will be assistance with the grafting of Heritage Fruits Society’s trees, including potting, labelling, etc. (part learning, part application)

Sessions are planned for

Wed 22 Aug 9.30AM – Fairfield

Wed 22 Aug 1.00 PM – Fairfield

Sun 26 Aug 9.30 AM – Fairfield

Sun 9 Sept 10 AM – Reservoir

There will also be a bonus pruning workshop in Thornbury, on Sat 1 Sept at 2 PM. The basics of pruning explained and a number of trees will be pruned. Very limited participants. Total time approx. 2 hours.

Please reply directly to

eventsHFS@gmail.com

with preferred date/time. Maximum 6 per session – more sessions if there is enough interest. Locations accessible by public transport – address sent with acceptance.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday August 25, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

1 August, 2018 at 1:01 pm Leave a comment

What’s On in Late July

Transition in the Pub – Plastic Free July

Have you tasted the best mulled wine in Darebin? This is your big chance. The Merri Clan will be the gathering place for a Transition Darebin midwinter get together. It is Plastic Free July, so feel free to share some of your successes and struggles, or simply come along for a social chat.

We will be out the back in the large room (through the entrance and pub area, past the courtyard, to the gathering space). Don’t forget to buy some mulled wine on the way through (if you feel so inclined).

We look forward to seeing you there. Please note that we do collect gold coin donations on the night, to help these events run in the future.

Address: 15 Gilbert Rd, Preston (just round the corner from Miller St and on the No.11 West Preston tram line)
Date: Wednesday 18 July 2018.
Time: 7.30pm

Free entry, and this venue serves vegan food.

Food Swaps

Reservoir

The next food swap will be on Saturday July 21, from 10 to 11 am.  It can be found at the pop up park on corner of Broadway  and Cheddar Rd. Reservoir.

Fairfield

The next Fairfield food swap will be on Saturday July 21, from 11 to 12 noon.  It can be found at the corner of Gillies and Duncan Streets, Fairfield. It will be in the side garden facing Duncan St.

Repair Cafe

Please put Sunday 22nd July 2018 from 10am to 1pm for our second Darebin Repair Cafe in your calendar/diary/phone.

It will be at Clyde Hall, 64 Clyde St. Thornbury (next to Span Community Centre). Please be aware that there will be no access to Span Community Centre on the day.

Repairs will be made to: bicycles, jewellery, toys, general repairs, shoes, objects that need glueing, visible mending, sewing repairs, small machines.  We aim to offer 3 time slots at 10-11, 11-12, 12-1.  To repair an item, you must book through here.  After booking please email us at transitiondarebin@gmail.com a photo and description of what needs fixing to so we can let the fixers know.  Quick bicycle diagnosis can be done on the day without booking.

This venue is much smaller than the previous one so there are fewer repairers available. Tagging and testing will not happen and much less electrical repairs as there will not be an electrician available.

As the council is not involved this time we are looking for reliable volunteers to help with banner making, setting up, packing up, ushering, tea/coffee sales, baking, administrative tasks such as registration, weighing, photography, handing out and collection of waiver forms etc. Email transitiondarebin@gmail.com if you can assist.

If you are bringing a bicycle you may have to pay for parts (brakes, gears, chain, lube) or buy them and come to the next cafe. If you know what needs doing you can bring the parts, oil or lube with you.

Food Swaps – Preston/Thornbury

The next food swap will be on Saturday July 28, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at the corner of High St and Pender St, Thornbury.

Northcote

The next Northcote food swap will be on Saturday August 11, from 11 to 12 pm.  It can be found at 251 High St Northcote in the side garden of the church.

Food Swaps are an occasion to meet your community, talk about gardens and sustainability and swap excess produce from your garden, or something you made in your kitchen. You bring some and get to take some away as with all good swaps.

Ideas of what to bring:

  • seeds from your garden
  • seedlings
  • fruit
  • vegetables
  • herbs
  • preserves
  • cordials
  • sour dough starter

The list goes on…

Our Apple Tree – Working Bee

Come one, come all, to this month’s Apple Tree Working Bee.  Come and support a green space initiative, and make the area better for all.

Where: Garden next to 123 Herbert Street, Northcote

When: Sunday August 12, 10 am onwards.

15 July, 2018 at 8:01 pm Leave a comment

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