Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Peppertree Open Gate in June

Peppertree Place Open Gate Saturdays in June from 1oam

23rd June: Winter Soup Solstice from 10am

Celebrate the midwinter and revel in the knowledge that the planet begins its trek back towards warmth and longer days. 
Solstice signifies a unique annual cycle for many cultures around the world - in the garden world it means the garlic should have been planted by this date; the last succession of peas and broadbeans may have gone in the ground and around this time we get to start thinking about the beginnings of spring - start sorting your tomato seeds out!!
What ever your leaning, its a great time of year for reflecting in the winter dark and shining our rays of internal light, warmth and kindness towards the earth and others.

Ukulele Ewie - 7th July Open Gate from 10am

Catch this fine musician here at Peppertree Place again - we love hearing Uke Ewie, he's one of our favourites.


Thanks to our Amazing Volunteers...

We'd like to acknowledge all the amazing dedication from our many Volunteers who pledge their time to help keep Peppertree alive and thriving! We have trialed opening our gates - Cafe and Nursery every Saturday in June - holding the hands of our newest neighbours the Coburg Farmers Market relocated next door. It's been a big ask of our volunteers and we face a huge challenge to sustain this kind of business - stay tuned...

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Sustainable Food Practices In Business Event

This is a special invitation to Moreland food businesses, cafes, restaurants, pubs, food manufacturers and producers.

Reducing C02 in Food Establishments in Moreland.

You may be surprised to learn that Australia's food production, preparation and delivery system is the second largest emitter of greenhouses gases. Australian businesses generate over 12.5 million tonnes of waste each year, almost half of which ends in landfill. Food waste is one of the largest types of commercial waste and more food businesses are helping to combat this environmental issue.

As a community with strong sustainability goals, Moreland City Council have been working together with Moreland Energy Foundation (MEFL) to improve ways in which waste material is managed.

This meet up is free and open to all food establishment owners and employees in Moreland. This is a great opportunity to meet other food business owners, share new ideas, hear from other Moreland businesses and learn about opportunities that work for change and make a difference in building a sustainable Moreland business community.

Hear from Reground a small but fast growing, start-up company that has spent the past couple of years developing and building a recycling collection service for spent coffee grounds. Reground will also talk about their project with Moreland City Council and Moreland cafes: Moreland Ground Coffee Recycling.

Please share this event with your networks.

Light refreshments and drinks will be served.

Inner North Brewing Co., our venue for the event, is a local brewery in Brunswick that is dedicated to helping out the SEEDS communal garden at Malprinka with their spent grain, which is a valuable ingredient for their compost.

Thursday 14 June
6pm - 8pm

Inner North Brewing Co.
10A Russell Street Brunswick

 To register your attendance please click here.

 Places are limited as to venue capacity.

 Limited street parking is available. We encourage all attendees to take public transport or car pool.
 (Brunswick Station is only a 4 minute walk from Inner North Brewing Co.)



Tuesday, May 29, 2018

Open Gate This Saturday June 2nd

Open Gate - Saturday, 2nd June

From 8am...

The usual popup Pavilion Cafe will be serving sweet and savoury treats accompanied by great coffee and a range of teas. The People Powered Plant Nursery is brimming with Autumn seasons' seedlings and huge range of plants. Don't forget our fresh food swap is a local hub for our community to meet, greet and swap garden excess, recipes, preserves, flowers and seeds. Family friendly urban oasis in the heart of Coburg! Gates open @ 8am.

North Coburg PS school band take the stage this Saturday!


Live Music from 10.30am

Coburg North Primary School is proud of it's vibrant and inclusive music program. Every student has the opportunity to sing, play and create music in a variety of ways. Students use a wide range of instruments as well as the latest digital technologies. There are multiple bands, choirs and student ensembles which regularly perform at school functions and in the local community. 




Workshops on this Weekend...

Grow your own Berries with Diana Cotter - @11am
Come and learn how to plant, prune and maintain all sorts of berries to maximise harvests.
Strawberries, Raspberries, Blueberries, Blackberries- grow in the ground , raised beds or pots.
Why pay high prices for hard and tasteless fruit-when  it’s so easy to grow your own



Bamboo for the Backyard with Munir - @12pm
Giant Grass specialize in creating bamboo products and structures. Their interest in bamboo is grounded with the intention to foster the use of this structurally high-performing, low cost and ecologically sustainable material in small-scale building industry. To achieve this vision we not only engage in design and building of bamboo structures but also conduct hands-on construction workshops imparting awareness about the possibilities with bamboo. 

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