Walyo Yerta cialis online no prescription Community Garden in Adelaide’s inner-city parklands has launched yet another ‘Urban Orchard’, a project to enable people swap and share homegrown and gleaned produce. “If you’ve planted a dozen seeds and they’ve all come up and you don’t have room to plant them, bring them along to the garden […]
ACFCGN has just published a fully revised and expanded second edition of its Annotated Bibliography of community gardening research and analysis…
Walyo Yerta Community Garden held its first harvest celebration last Saturday.
Next week, a delegation from the international farmers’ organisation La Via Campesina will be making a historic first visit to Australia. La Via Campesina is considered to be the largest civil society (non-government, non-corporate) organisation in the world, representing the interests of some 500 million farming families. They are the world’s leading proponent of the concept of ‘food sovereignty’, asserting the right of
communities to create and control their own democratic, local, fair and
sustainable food systems.
Top End Permaculture Design Course with Lakeside Drive Community Garden, July 12 – 24 2010.
The recently launched Walyo Yerta Community Garden in Adelaide’s inner-city Parklands invites community gardeners and friends to a Winter Solstice Celebration When: Saturday 26th June Time: 6pm Where: Adelaide South West Community Centre, 171 Sturt Street Adelaide Bring food to share, and Walyo Yerta Community Garden will provide the setting and the music. Enjoy amazing conversations with local […]
Official launch of Growing Community: Starting and Nurturing Community Gardens, with special presentation by leading organic writer, grower, and educator, Tim Marshall. Copies of Growing Community available for $10. Tour of the rapidly evolving Glandore Community Garden Practical workshops and demonstrations. News and updates from community and school gardens around Adelaide. Organic afternoon tea provided. […]
SA Food Convergence, 10 – 13 February 2010: From Plains to Plate’ will bring together community, business and government to discuss the issue of strengthening South Australia’s food systems in the face of intensifying environmental, social and economic challenges.