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Sunday, July 31, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Sunday, July 17, 2011
The Melbourne State Of Design Festival this year features a keynote address from Carolyn Steel a british architect and author with an interest in how we feed our cities with a focus on urban agriculture.
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Meet and get to know each other and talk about all or anything Transition Brunswick.
Wear a flower (or something leafy and green) in your button hole to help find each other.
When and Where Sunday 24th July 9.30am
Jellystone Café, 179 Albion Street Brunswick,
(Just east of Sydney Road)
RSVP on http://www.meetup.com/Transition-Brunswick/
Monday, July 4, 2011
Merristem is a community greenhouse project run by volunteers in Melbourne's inner northern suburb. It is a propagation project growing useful and productive trees and plants for urban melbourne, making available many rare and locally unknown varieties.
We have been propagating some amazing and hard to find fruit trees this year, great for edible plant nerds, stoic defenders of genetic diversity, and anyone around Melbourne who wants to eat some really tasty fruit! Growing out these trees also means you can contribute cuttings later on - so over time they can become more widely available in our region. We have a sale/exchange day coming up SOON!!
Where: Merristem - 38 Harrison st Brunswick.
When : 2-4pm Sunday, 17th July