Wednesday, September 2, 2015

First Saturday of Spring Incr-Edible Food Swap, workshops and more at Peppertree Place 10-2pm

512 Sydney Road, cnr Bell St.
Saturday 5th September

Population, Permaculture and Planning
presentation by Mark Allen
With the climate emergency worsening, Mark recently decided to leave his role as a town planner in the
hope that he could utilise his skills more effectively in another role. Then he met the co-founder of
permaculture, David Holmgren on a train journey from Melbourne to Sydney. What ensued was a
conversation across two states that led him to realize that a symbiosis of permaculture and sustainable
planning in conjunction with population growth, should play a defining role in creating a more sustainable,
equitable world.

Live music with “Willy Wagtails”.

CHAIR YOGA with Trudy Radburn - $5
Chair yoga is a gentle style of yoga incorporating breath with movement to improve balance, coordination
and focus. Relieve tension as you stretch your body feeling relaxed, revived and rejuvenated. Weather

 Volunteer-Powered Nursery
Featuring edible water plants and unusual edible perennials like New Zealand yam for purchase.
 Pop-up Peppertree Cafe
Scrumptious freshly baked treats, coffee, teas and lunch served using organic ingredients from the
Peppertree community garden!
 SWAP TABLE - a place to share your garden's harvest, tips and questions.
 Baking group – you are welcome to bring some dough to bake in the wood-fired oven.
 Reiki with Joanna Massey - by donation.

FREE entry!

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