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Participating in the permaculture teacher training organised by Rowe Morrow in Lithgow. I hope to come back to coffs with lots of ideas and inspiration. My group is developing a pitch for a permaculture design course curriculum for refugees. That might be useful in our neck of the woods.
Plenty of rain. Our 100 sqm of plastic true mesh pavers are set to arrive today. Once installed they should make it easier to get around on the most used pathways.
This amazing series of workshops is funded by City of Coffs Harbour as part of the Environmental Levy Grants Program. Every second Sunday, Coffs Harbour Regional Gardens will present a FREE three hour workshop on making your garden sustainable, ecologically responsible, and a source of joy. Both experienced gardeners and newbies will find something in these hands-on workshops presented by a variety of local and visiting experts.
Presented by the author of the best-selling author of “The Permaculture Home Garden“, Linda Woodrow, this one and a half hour workshop will show you how to make your food garden summer resilient. This free workshop is funded by the City of Coffs Harbour as part of its water-focused sustainable living program.
Coffs Regional Community Gardens was the ideal place to host the GET GROWING workshops run by Ian Earth’s The Gourmet School on the weekend of the 28th and 29th January 2023. Ian is a fantastic speaker and manages to engage with everyone, no matter what their level of experience and background, and opens up the fascinating microbial world of soil!
On Saturday 7 January, members and friends of the Coffs Regional Community Gardens had a social event to welcome in the New Year. Organised by Natasha and Digby, new members who joined in 2022 after moving to Coffs from Sydney, the gathering allowed a number of new and existing members to meet each other, mingle and chat in a relaxed environment outside of working bees, committee meetings or in passing as each work on their plots.