4 events found.

Worms Free Family Hour

We all need solutions to our waste that are simple, clean and family-based activities. Worms are keen to help clean up after dinner. Join the war against your families waste – come and see a simple indoor worm-bin that doesn’t smell bad, a handful of worms that will digest your coffee grinds and fertilse your tumeric happily growing in the kitchen. This hour special is for families who are ready for achievable solutions. We have setups to suit your style. The workshop is free and you can buy bits and pieces to take home your own system or go home …

Worms Free Family Hour

We all need solutions to our waste that are simple, clean and family-based activities. Worms are keen to help clean up after dinner. Join the war against your families waste – come and see a simple indoor worm-bin that doesn’t smell bad, a handful of worms that will digest your coffee grinds and fertilse your tumeric happily growing in the kitchen. This hour special is for families who are ready for achievable solutions. We have setups to suit your style. The workshop is free and you can buy bits and pieces to take home your own system or go home …

Bush Tucker

On March 16th Narelle Happ from ‘A Garden for Life’ returns to walk us through how to grow and eat beautiful bush foods of our region. This was a very popular workshop last year. We all had a great time. Since then, we have been growing lots more bush tucker. The new plantings, including The mountain pepper haves flourished despite the latest drought. What we appreciate most about these plants is that they enjoy being in the shade. Bush tucker, also called bush food, is food native to Australia. Aboriginal Australians have used indigenous plants for food and medicine for …

Bush Tucker

On March 16th Narelle Happ from ‘A Garden for Life’ returns to walk us through how to grow and eat beautiful bush foods of our region. This was a very popular workshop last year. We all had a great time. Since then, we have been growing lots more bush tucker. The new plantings, including The mountain pepper haves flourished despite the latest drought. What we appreciate most about these plants is that they enjoy being in the shade. Bush tucker, also called bush food, is food native to Australia. Aboriginal Australians have used indigenous plants for food and medicine for …