Please note that this event has been postponed to Sat 17th Feb due to forecast heavy rainfall.
The Albury-Wodonga Sustainable Living Festival runs throughout the month of November, with an impressive array of events and activities. The showcase event is the Sustainable Living Fair, being held at Junction Square in Wodonga on Saturday 18th of November between 9am and 1pm.
Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga are pleased to be attending again this year, and will be running a kids activity making newspaper pots and potting on seedlings to take home. Continue reading
By Karral Millar & Chiara Cass
Workshop: Embrace your Weeds, held Thursday 12/10/17
Presenter: Emma Street
As gardeners we spend a great deal of time and money and risk our health with the use of herbicides in order to remove weeds from our garden. Perhaps we should rethink and use some of these weeds which can be delicious and highly nutritious. Continue reading
Member Wendy Justice sent us this note – Thurgoona Community Garden are seeking donations of seedlings and/or people to become involved in their garden.
Don’t just reach for the glyphosate! We will look at safer, more environmentally friendly ways of dealing with these “plants in the wrong place”. Best of all, we will learn to view them as friends with a multitude of valuable and delicious uses.
By Lou Bull
Please, we would love more peas …
Coming across this photo again was a lovely surprise. Taken just over 7 years ago the faces in of our seed saving committee were a little bit different with a couple of familiar ones as well.
I found it while I was looking for some photos of pea flowers to encourage everyone to save some seeds when their peas take on a little spring fling. Continue reading
Please come and join us for a screening of the newly released film “Seed, the Untold Story”. We thought it the perfect movie to share with fellow seed savers!
We’re hosting a one-off screening, on Wednesday 9th August, at 6:30pm, at the Sustainable Activity Centre, on the Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga.
About the film:
Few things on Earth are as miraculous and vital as seeds. Worshipped and treasured since the dawn of humankind. In the last century, 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared. Continue reading