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Whats On : August 2009
sChool holidAy events A series of free workshops and talks providing practical information and skills to enable you to live more sustainably and connect with broader community initiative such as community gardens and local food collectives. SuStAINABLE EDIBLE GARDENING *Saturday 1 August 10-11.15am Bracken Ridge Library *Sunday 20 September 10am-12.30pm, Chermside Library *Thursday 24 September 6.30-7.30pm, Mt Ommaney Library *Saturday 17 October, 10.30am -12 noon, Wynnum Library Grow your own fruit, vegetables and herbs in your backyard, balcony or community garden. Presented by Morag Gamble of SEED International - permaculture designer, educator and local food advocate. BACkyARD ORGANICS *Saturday 8 August 10-11.15am, Fairfield Library *Saturday 19 September 10.30-11.45am Coopers Plains Library Get some great tips on how to get your veggie garden going, with ideas for what to grow over the hot summer months and ways to get your kids excited too. We’ll also explore how to get involved in your community garden and other local food initiatives. Presented by Morag Gamble of SEED International – permaculture designer, educator and local food advocate. SOILS GOOD ENOuGH tO EAt *Sunday 23 August 10.30-11.30am, Mt Coot-tha Library Improve the quality of your soils and learn about soil testing, worm farming and composting. Presented by qualified horticultural educator, Linda Brennan. *Bookings are essential. Call Council in (07) 3403 8888 to reserve your place. Visit the library catalogue to viewWhat’s On online 3