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Whats On : September 2009
LIBRARY SEMINAR SERIES: SUSTAINABLE LIVING A series of free workshops and talks providing practical information and skills to enable you to live more sustainably and connect with broader community initiatives such as community gardens and local food collectives. SUSTAINABLE EDIBLE GARDENING Grow your own fruit, vegetables and herbs in your backyard, balcony or community garden. Find out how to get your vegetable garden going, with ideas about what to grow in of what to grow in the next few months. Learn how to integrate hardy perennial edible plants into your garden with ideas on how to propagate them successfully. Presented by Morag Gamble of SEED International – permaculture designer, educator and local food advocate. * Sunday 20 September 10am-12.30pm Chermside Library * Thursday 24 September 6.30-7.30pm Mt Ommaney Library * Saturday 17 October 10.30-12 noon Wynnum Library URBAN SUSTAINABILITY GROWING YOUR OWN ORGANIC VEGETABLES AND HERBS An introduction to organic vegetable and herb gardening for compact backyard, balcony or community gardens. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. Participants will also be invited to attend a practical workshop on Sunday 6 September between 10am and 12 noon at local community gardens near the West End Library. Presented by ABC Radio’s gardening expert Annette McFarlane, author of Successful Gardening in Warm Climates. * Thursday 3 September 5.30-7pm West End Library 6