Membership reminder & discount

Renewal time again

Memberships now due.

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

Seed Stocktake Success

By Jane Barlow

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Notes from our event on Thursday 8th June 2017.

The wonderful workers got onto sorting, repackaging, labelling and reboxing to further organise our seed collection.  Seedlings were also brought along and swapped, and we shared supper between getting on with the jobs at hand.  Lots of good advice, tales and laughter. Continue reading

Gardening favourites

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Tell us about your garden favourites on May 10th.

The favourite tools session a while back was such a success we’re keen to explore other garden favourites.

At our May event we invite you to share any garden-related favourite with us e.g. a gadget, magazine, tool or perhaps something else.

Bring your item along to ‘show and tell’. Alternatively, a photo, link or description are fine too!

When: Wed 10th May, 6:30pm – 8pm
Where: Sustainable Activity Centre, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga Continue reading

Our visit to Thea’s garden

By Karral Miller

Thea's terrific talk and photos

Introduction by Victoria. First of many fabulous photos in Thea’s presentation. Photo: Karral Miller

Three years ago Thea and Luke O’Loughlin came from Melbourne to live in a rented house in Albury. Previous tenants had planted some citrus trees, a banana tree (plantains), a passionfruit vine and a few pumpkins and potatoes but had left little in the way of good gardening beds. Undaunted and with almost no gardening experience, Thea and Luke set out to produce as much of their own food as they could without spending a heap of money.  Continue reading