(no we won’t be offended if you miss our pumpkin night to see it!)
“Dayne Pratzky loved the quiet life on his rural block in central Queensland. Then the coal seam gas company arrived, and that changed everything. Legally he couldn’t stop them mining his land, but that didn’t mean he wouldn’t fight. And so began a David and Goliath battle against a $200 Billion industry. Along the way he found love, tragedy and triumph.”
Tickets: $20 (in advance only)
Building a local food future forum, 1st May, Wodonga
A community forum to explore local action around sustainable food production and availability & affordability of healthy food.
Local Food Systems can provide the foundation for healthy communities, sustainable productive landscapes and thriving local economies.
This FREE community forum will:
- Explore global, national and regional environmental, health and economic issues around food
- Inspire though, discussion and ideas around our local food systems
- Provide an opportunity to workshop your ideas
Sustainability workshop series, May and June, Wodonga library
A series of workshops including keeping backyard chickens, worm farms and making liquid fertilisers, herb growing, organic pest control and native bees and bee hotels.
The presenters include many familiar faces from Seed Savers!
Free but bookings required. See flyer for details.