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Ask and ye shall receive

Two days ago, we posted this wanted poster on FB, for people with whipper snippers. The post got over 1,800 views. And guess what some…
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Heads up!

Our meeting for December has been moved to Saturday 19, December at 8.30am (we will have a short working bee beforehand when it is cooler).…
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Let there be…water

Today we got water put onto the site, with potable and non-potable risers. Excited to almost be able to have a drink and water plants…
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Meet our new member, Jeffrey

Today’s working bee and meeting were both very productive. We had loads of new and old members keen to get the garden going. After the…
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Composting workshop

The composting workshop we held today – the first after Covie – was a real success, despite the rain that hit hard at one stage.…
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Our rough plans

In December 2018 we came up with a list of needs and wants in a series of early morning discussions. Mel Marx very kindly helped…
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Getting back into it

Hi people! We are hoping to get back on track as soon as restrictions on gatherings with over 10 people are lifted. Our next meeting…
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Living in Gympie

We are featured in the February 2020 edition of Gympie Living. You can read it online here! Happy reading!
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Round Up?

No we are not using Round Up! As you will see in our objectives, our garden is based on permaculture principles. We are featured in…
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Improving soil and water

A very kind lady, called Kim, offered us a whole stack of horse poo. Yum, yum. So here the good people are collecting the poo…
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Creating our garden heart

Permaculture teaches us that we have zones in our gardens – zone one is the nearest to us, zone two a little further and so…
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Planning our needs and wants

Mel Marx, (middle, standing) is an innovator, farmer, permaculture designer and passionate fan of the sustainable living movement. She agreed to help us out (for…
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