Member Wendy Justice sent us this note – Thurgoona Community Garden are seeking donations of seedlings and/or people to become involved in their garden.
Would you believe it’s membership renewal time again, already? *Except for those who joined or renewed membership in the last three months!
As you know, Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga Inc is a not-for-profit incorporated association. It’s run by, and for, our members. Membership fees help us to ensure we have appropriate insurance for our activities, as well as provide some shared equipment and resources, including the website. If you would like to read more about the benefits of being a SSAW member, please see here. Continue reading
It is hard to believe another year has zoomed by and it’s membership renewal time again.
We remind you that Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga Inc is a not-for-profit incorporated association, run by and for our members. Memberships help us to ensure we have appropriate insurance for our activities, as well as provide some shared equipment and resources, including the website. For more about the benefits of being a SSAW member, please see here. Continue reading
By Victoria Schollick
Winter has arrived with foggy, frosty mornings followed by cold, raining and overcast days. It’s hard to get enthusiastic about gardening when your fingers are feeling half-frozen and your nose starts dripping. And it’s very tempting to stay indoors rather than step outside and tackle some “must do” garden tasks. Continue reading
By Anna Sullivan
After a wonderful summer of fruit, I have been reflecting on my favourite orchard trees and decided it is my almond trees.
Lucky for me they were here when we moved in five years ago but only in the last two years I have come to really appreciate them. Continue reading
Get connected with your food!
Join us and the many individuals, households and community groups around Australia who are taking up the Local Harvest Challenge.
It’s one week where we take on the goal of intentionally reclaiming your food choices and decreasing the degrees of separation between us and our food.
How? By setting yourself challenges to find out about local food options and give them a whirl! Find local food resources near you, and put into practice the art of eating locally, supporting local and organic farmers and businesses, and discovering the face behind your food. Continue reading
By Karen Retra
As discussed at our gathering, I’m going to take the Local Harvest Challenge. It’s a national initiative encouraging people to make mindful food choices for a week (localharvest.org.au).
I’m not usually into food challenges, nor am I doing it because I’ve got all the answers, but because it’s a great excuse to re-examine where my food comes from. And whether my purchasing decisions are supporting the sort of food system I want, that meets my needs but also my values. It’s also a chance to celebrate the local food I’m already accessing as well as dedicate some time to find out about and try new options – which can sometimes get lost in the busyness of life.
Sharing the challenge publicly is a bit confronting for me, but I hope it will help to further the conversations about local food – and maybe mean we can all share some local resources and tips. Continue reading