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Whats On : September 2009
SEPTEMBER 2009 PRODUCING FOOD ON YOUR BALCONY Simple and effective ways to grow food in small spaces, even if the only space you have is your balcony. Presented by qualified horticultural educator, Linda Brennan. * Thursday 3 September 6.30-7.30pm Everton Park Library BACKYARD ORGANICS AND COMMUNITY GARDENS Growing food in your backyard or local community garden is fun and easy, and makes a significant environmental contribution. It’s a great way to access affordable, fresh and healthy food, and cultivate community connections. Enjoy your harvest and share your surplus. This seminar will give you some great tips on how to get your veggie garden going, with ideas for what to grow over the hot summer months. We’ll also explore how to get involved in your community garden and other food initiatives. Presented by Morag Gamble of SEED International – permaculture designer, educator and local food advocate. * Saturday 19 September 10.30-11.45am Coopers Plains Library 7