Co-ordinated by Sustain, the Australian Food Network, this second Urban Agriculture Forum at the William Angliss Institute in Melbourne emphasises the role urban agriculture plays in creating more liveable cities and homes. Sessions include lessons from other cities, edible garden design, urban soils and 'Growing, Cooking & Eating: From Plot to Kitchen'. Book here
The City of Sydney is hosting an event to teach the basics on growing edible plants in vertical spaces.
Where: Alan Davidson Oval (Upstairs),
400 Sydney Park Road, St Peters, NSW, 2044.
When: Feb 10th, 2pm to 3.30pm.
Come along to the Lane Cove community garden on Sunday Jan 7th (9am to 10am) to learn about propagating root vegetables, making 'seed bombs' and maintaining worm farms & composting systems. Kids will love the activity Nick Farrar is leading. Learn how to make living time capsules made from clay, worm castings and seeds. Bring along some organic root vegetables such as whole potatoes and ginger to learn how to propagate. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanting to experience a new culture and cuisine? Culinary Tales' next cooking class on Saturday, 4th of November, at Lane Cove's Living and Learning Centre will be serving up some delicious Fijian Indian food by an expert chef. FoodFaith is proud to collaborate with Culinary Tales who connects refugees with local communities through the love of food. Book through the Culinary Tales website.
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