Friday, April 10, 2009
Meetings, tours, workshops & courses!
Next meeting of Transition Town Eudlo is Sunday 3 May at 8.30am at Sweethearts' Cafe in the heart of Eudlo. All welcome, drop by for a coffee and chat, and to find out more about Transition Towns.
Also coming up in Eudlo - learn how you can become more self-reliant and start living more sustainably.
Sunday April 26 - Beginners' Guide to growing your own food. As more people choose to grow their own food at home, this one day workshop will take you through the basics of organic gardening and how to do it successfully. Turn your lawn into lunch. Covers how to get started, no-dig gardens, raised beds, where to source seeds and seedlings, how to get your soil right, organic pest management and much more. Cost is $70 includes handouts, morning tea, coffee and hands on practice.
Sunday May 3 - Celebrate International Compost Awareness Week - compost workshop at Eudlo. Discover the secrets to successful compost - Cost is $20
Monday May 4 - Permaculture Garden Tour - Visit one of Eudlo's well-known permaculture gardens. Two hour tour cost $5, limited places filling fast.
Saturday May 9 & Sunday May 10 - Introduction to Permaculture - at Eudlo once again. Learn the basics of permaculture and a heap of skills and ideas to help you start living more sustainably. Redesign and retrofit your home and garden to be more efficient, more cost effective and more productive! See permaculture in action. Includes lots of theory and hands on practice. Cost is $130 includes handouts, morning tea, coffee and hands on practice.
Sunday May 17 9am-12pm – ½ day workshop – Beginners’ guide to compost & worms
Discover the wonderful microbial world of compost and worms. Learn how to turn waste into garden gold. Soil is the secret of growing healthy food at home – learn how to do it the chemical free, natural way working with nature to create abundant fertility in your vegie patch and home orchard. Cost is $40 includes handouts, morning tea, coffee and hands on practice.
All workshops and courses are held at Permaculture Pathways, two acres of well-established food gardens. Learning in our living classroom.
For bookings or more information about any of these workshops, tours or courses email permaculturepathways [at] yahoo [dot] com or call 0408 013 012.