Other upcoming events – November 2015

Below are some other local events that may be of interest to Seed Savers members, including:
  • Albury Wodonga Sustainable Living Week (various events);
  • Wild Pollinator Count (various events);
  • Several garden workshops and a member’s open garden.

Please click the links for more detail.

Sustainable Living Week

Albury Wodonga Sustainable Living Week
Sat Nov 7, 2015 – Sat Nov 14, 2015

A host of events including Sustainable Living Market (Sat 7th, Lincoln Causeway) and  Flourish community festival (Sat 14th, Thurgoona).

Also the first ever ‘Repair Cafe’ on the border (Fri 13th, Wodonga); book event to celebrate the release of ‘The Art of Free Travel’ (Thur 12th, Albury); and Green Gate Farm Open Day (Sat 7th, Thurgoona).

Growing seedlings workshop

The Sustainability in Spring series of lunchtime gardening workshops continue this month at the Wodonga library, topics are Growing Seedlings (Thu 5th) and Seed Saving (Thu 19th), both presented by Lou Bull.

Corowa Community Garden are hosting a workshop by Seed Savers member Jacky Cronin on Preserving Produce (Sat 7th, Corowa).

And another Seed Savers member, Leanne Wheaton, is opening her wonderful Jindera garden as a fundraiser (Sun 15th).

Wild Pollinator Count

Seed savers members are again invited to take part in the
Wild Pollinator Count (15-22 Nov), either by spending 10 minutes to note the pollinators visiting flowers at your place, and/or one of the supporting events on offer.

These include: a macro photography workshop (15 Nov); public counts at the Albury Botanic Gardens (Wed 18th); talk on native bees by guest Michael Batley from the Australian museum (evening Wed 18th) and photo competition.

For more local event listings, see Ecoportal.net.au.

We welcome your suggestions for future inclusions in this round up – feel free to contact us with the details or leave a comment below.

1 thought on “Other upcoming events – November 2015

  1. Does anyone have seeds of Japanese climbing cucumber? I got some many years ago from Seed savers network in Byron Bay and it was just so good…but alas don’t have any seed now.
    I have Mill’s climbing pea you might like, has a sweet, edible pod like a snow pea even when fully developed.


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