Pollinator Insects in your Garden

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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

Seed Saving Skills Session

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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.

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Next gathering: All about the Seeds

All about the Seeds

A spring session all about seeds

Our next Seed Savers gathering is an opportunity to access the seed bank – just in time for spring planting! Plenty of enthusiastic, like-minded gardeners will be on hand to discuss problems and share hints. For those with seed from autumn seed saving, seed cleaning equipment will be available.

A chance for those who have never collected and cleaned seed to learn how to do it.

When: Wednesday 3rd October, 6pm – 7:30pm
Where:  Sustainable Activity Centre, 1/44 Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga. Map.

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Next event: Natural remedies for your garden

June 2018 SSAW

Next event: Mon 4 June

At our next get together, Chiara Cass, professional gardener and Seed Savers committee member, will lead our discussion of ways to avoid garden pests and diseases, as well as share a bunch of natural remedies to address those issues that might turn up!

When: Mon 4th June, 6:30 – 8 pm.
Where: Sustainable Activity Centre, Lincoln Causeway, Wodonga
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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