A big thank you to everyone who helped out at our two working bees this weekend! On Saturday we made good progress in removing the Floriade dragonfly from the Holt Shops. On Sunday at the Micro-Forest we planted the remaining plants (left over from the May planting day), weeded, mulched some areas and fixed upContinue reading “Thank you!”
We have two working bees coming up – a great way to meet people, get out and about in nature, do some gentle exercise and help care for our beautiful parklands and green space. Looking forward to seeing you there! 1. Saturday 19 November 2 pm at Holt Shops. You’re invited to join us toContinue reading “Working Bees 19 and 20 November”
Our wonderful supporters at Capital Region Community Services (CRCS) are holding a Sustainability Working Group picnic at Gawari Mada on Wednesday 26 October 12 noon to 1 pm in honour of World Habitat Day. You’re invited to join us on-site to hear more about the Holt Food Forest and Micro-Forest from community leaders Corey andContinue reading “World Habitat Day Picnic 26 October”
Thank you to everyone who came along on Sunday 25 September to set up the food forest! 🌲🍎 We smashed through it at a blistering pace and everything is now ready for spring. 🌺 We have around 200 plants (around 100 different edible species) across the 5 themed gardens and the pollinator patch. 🐝 AContinue reading “Planting Day at The Food Forest”
Thank you everyone who attended our working bee this afternoon to plant the Native Weeping Grass lawn Microlaena Stipoides. And thank you Mike Hettinger for bringing along the tubestock, grass seed and methodology! The seed will take 2-3 weeks to germinate. There are a few clumps of the plants together to show you what theContinue reading “Thank You Volunteers!”
Winter has passed, the flowers are blooming and the bees are buzzing. It’s time to plant out our community food forest garden! We’ll kick off from 10 am on Sunday 25 September and aim to finish by early to mid afternoon. On the do list:. Weed the site. ⛏️. Plant out our five themed gardensContinue reading “Join us to plant the Food Forest!”
A heart felt thank you to everyone who attended our Ngunawal Culture Connection event to hear and learn from Ngunawal Elder Tyronne Bell from Thunderstone this afternoon. And grateful also for the messages from those who couldn’t attend but had wanted to be there. We are excited to share with you our new Ngunawal LanguageContinue reading “Gawari Mada”
Please join us for this very special community session tomorrow Saturday 3 September at 2 pm in the Micro-Forest with Ngunawal Traditional Custodian Tyronne Bell. Please bring your own picnic rug or fold out chair. Tyronne will commence this session with a Welcome to Country. He will teach us about the cultural significance of theContinue reading “Ngunawal Cultural Connection Event Tomorrow”
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