Events for 2013, now on the website and Facebook so please feel free to share with family and friends. All are welcome, these events do not need money but do need sharing! We are always looking for knowledge, seeds, seedlings, cuttings, edible plants, pots, potting mix and the list goes on…..
12Noon Monday Weekly Mini Swap Market at the Tasmanian College of the Arts for produce, seeds, seedlings, sharing knowledge or general catch up on what is happening. Come along we will be there every week BUT finishing on Monday 4th November and re-starting in 2014!
5-6th October Bracknell Permaculture Course by Heather and Nick A free permaculture course being offered very generously by member of the collective, the places will be limited and we will start a wait list for the next one as the numbers build. I am sure there will be lots of sharing of knowledge, seeds, plants and food!
13th October Family Fun day St Davids Park Hobart with Colony 47 for Anti-Poverty Week We aim to make a giant children’s garden which will then go to the Sustainability Festival in Hobart. We would also like to give each child a sun flower seedling to take home and grow. Can you help?
19th October Kids Expo in City Park Launceston for Children’s Week We aim to make a giant children’s garden which will then go to the Sustainability Festival in Hobart. We would also like to give each child a sun flower seedling to take home and grow. Can you help?
6th November 12noon Gathering of the Garden in Launceston the next BIG share market and last one for 2013! Please bring all plants you would like transport to Hobart for the Sustainability Festival on this day. It is also by final event for Bridgette’s Bachelor of Contemporary Arts.
9th/10th November Sustainable Living Festival Help us grow the Tassie Food Forest project! We need everyone growing something over the next 3 months ready for the launch at the Sustainable Living Festival 2013 in November at Prince’s Warf 1. en as part of the Make it theme for Sustainable Living Festival this yearWe are making a community garden as part of the Make it theme for Sustainable Living Festival this year