By Chris Amor
Roughly 20 people attended a fantastic Seed Saving Skills session hosted by Karral Millar on the 5th of March at the Sustainability Activity Centre. It was a fantastic opportunity for those newer to seed saving to get a 101 introductory, and a chance for those more experienced seed savers to brush up and share their knowledge. Continue reading
Pollinators session at the Bungam Community garden, 7 April.
Find out more about the pollinator insects in your garden at this workshop. Australia has lots of wild pollinator insects that are often overlooked.
When: Sunday 7 April, 2pm – 3pm
Where: Bungam Community Garden,
605 Englehardt St, Albury. View map. Continue reading
Here are some other upcoming local events we think you might be interested in.
Follow the links (any orange text) for more information. Continue reading
Our 2019 events listing
Keen to get some Seed Savers events and dates in your diary? Our steering group have assembled a calendar of events for this year. You can grab your copy by clicking to view it as a PDF.
As always, we’ll send more details about each event to members and those on our email list (join it here) in the lead up to individual events.
And we’ll let you know if we add any additional events, of course!
Along with lots of other local community groups and organisations we also list our events on the Ecoportal.net.au website.
Our first gathering for 2019
Seed Savers Albury-Wodonga’s first gathering of the year, with a focus on selecting, cleaning and storing seed.
Tips on how to save seed (including those of your favourite tomato) for the best results, along with an opportunity to clean and deposit seed that you’ve collected. Plus access to the seed bank.
By Ulla Norden
Notes and resources from our end of year session
About 20 people attended our last session of the year on Thursday 29th November, including quite a few new faces. Continue reading
Come along on 29 Nov 2018 from 7pm
Our next gathering is Thursday 29th November, 7pm – 8:30pm, at the Sustainable Activity Centre, Wodonga.
Summer presents a real challenge for growing vegetables in our hot, dry climate.
Come along for a brief presentation about surviving summer. Then share some ideas about how to combat the heat, the dry and the (fruit) fly. Continue reading