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

11-12noon
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.
FREE/BY DONATION

12.15-1
Live music with “Willy Wagtails”.

1.20-1.55
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
permitting.

ALL DAY:
 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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