SWAP@Northcote Library Food Garden (NLFG)

14 September, 2011 at 8:58 pm Leave a comment

Photo courtesy of Costa Athanassiou

Let’s face it, the northern suburbs are fast becoming a lush food secure urban paradise, and none more so than Darebin’s Northcote which is now home to a new community garden situated next door to the Northcote Library AND soon to be home to a new urban garden at the Northcote Uniting Church Chalice.

The attached photo is of Marion and Annerliegh from the Transition Darebin Swap group who were kindly invited to host a swap at the NLFG Launch. It was a blooming success. Let’s do it again sometime.

Why not get out this Sunday to the High Noon Festival on High St Northcote. There’s going to be music, crafts, information, art and community. Transition Darebin will be on hand to sign you up to the mailing list should you desire to be in the loop about what goes on in your suburb regarding building a greener cleaner Darebin.

Scared of mailing lists? Why not follow us on Twitter. You can locate us at TT_Darebin.

For those interested in Food Security, the swap team have a FaceBook page which can be found at Darebin Urban Harvesters.

If you have any further questions feel free to contact us via the contacts tab on our webpage.

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