Friday, December 30, 2011

Transition Coburg Meeting - 3rd Jan 8pm


Have you always wanted be to involved in a Transition Initiative?

Do you live in Coburg?
Do your friends live in Coburg?
Do you want to move to Coburg?

You do now... Introducing Transition Coburg!

We currently looking for supporters and people wanting to be involved in growing this awesome initiative in the backyards and community near you!

3rd Meeting: Tuesday 3rd January 2012 8pm

Contact us via our website for meeting location

Happy New Year,

Transition Coburg
(TeaCoby)

Greening Moreland Forum: Acting together for a more sustainable neighbourhood (Feb 25)

Gotta say, MEFL/ZCM are really doing some great stuff for Moreland. If you haven't looked at their website, do it now and make sure you note this in your calendar and come along.

Zero Carbon Moreland presents a free event for residents and community groups to come together, explore what’s already happening, what we still need to do and how we can act together for a more sustainable Moreland.

Participants will also have opportunities to calculate their carbon footprint, test ride electric bicycles, and get sustainability advice from the Moreland Energy Foundation team. Then wind down with a free BBQ lunch!

When: Saturday 25 February, 10am – 1pm (followed by free BBQ)
Where: Coburg Town Hall
Cost: Free!

Friday, December 9, 2011

Community Garden Tour ON YA BIKE! Northcote - Clifton Hill. Tomorrow 10am-1.30pm

All you need to know follows below!

What: Tour five community gardens from Northcote to Clifton Hill!

When : Tomorrow, Saturday 10th November, 10am-1:30pm.

Where: Meet at Northcote Community Garden, corner of Harrington St & Hawthorn Rd,
(Melways 30 E8).

Bring: water, snacks, raincoat, bike (obviously!) and your peddling legs.

Contact: Hannah from Cultivating Community on 0418 307 294 for more info.

Saturday, December 3, 2011

Moreland's Open Space Strategy - join others, have your say until 25th December

Source: RusselBeattie.com
What can you remember about the year 2004?
  • Athens hosted the Olympics, 
  • The Asian Tsunami ended the year,
  • There was no iPhone yet, 
It feels like a long time ago doesn't it? So much has changed.

2004 is the last time Moreland City Council reviewed its Open Space Strategy.

Until now, that is!

Moreland Street Gardens - The story so far & upcoming Brunswick Plant-a-gift day (Sat 10 Dec)

What a year!

It's been a busy, productive year for the Friends of Moreland Street Gardens (AKA Adopt A Tree). They've worked on 21 sites and planted over 2,000 plants all in an effort make Moreland a happier, healthier, greener and cleaner place to live by supporting residents and businesses who want to “adopt” public land to plant trees, shrubs, herbs or vegetables.

For people waiting for their site to be adopted, MSG are working on getting more funding and aim to have it by next March 2012. 

For a bit more info, at the the end of this post are links to a few articles from the Moreland Leader or contact Adopt A Tree at  adoptatreeinmoreland@y7mail.com

Plant-a-gift this festive season

When: Sat 10 Dec, 10am-1.30pm

Friday, December 2, 2011

South Melbourne Commons opening day! Sat 10 Dec 10-4pm

Out of the Moreland area, but worth a visit to see what is happening!

The South Melbourne Commons (The Commons) is a unique urban development comprised of public open space, community facilities and retail orientated social enterprises on the site of the old Galilee School on the corner of Bank and Montague Street, South Melbourne.

As The Commons is a joint initiative of Friends of the Earth and the Father Bob Maguire Foundation, our vision encapsulates the dynamic social and environmental qualities of both organizations.

What's at the Commons:
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