Have you had a go at integrating animals into your garden? Come along to this session and tell us what you’ve done in your patch to include, exclude or manage animals. We know there are benefits to having animals in the mix, but how can we ensure they don’t destroy the garden? We’ll also discuss tips and tricks for dealing with less-desirable animal visitors, like roaming cats, rodents and black birds. Continue reading
By Roz Phillipson
Two months on from the promise of apocalyptic weekend weather in December when the farm visit was postponed, the day arrived for a re-try. Together with the Beechworth Food Co-Op, Seed Savers members took the opportunity to learn from Charlie and Jade about setting up a poly-orchard on permaculture principles. Continue reading
UPDATE: this event is fully booked!
The interest and response in the seed saving workshop and the guided tour of Black Barn Farm has been amazing!
If you missed out on a place, you might like to join our Seed Savers email list to hear of our next events. And to receive notification of upcoming Black Barn Farm events sign up for their seasonal updates or follow them on Instagram or Facebook. Continue reading
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.