• July 21, 2018

    Eco Heroes Club

    Brilliant Bionics — can you imagine a life without hands?

    The human hand is a marvel of engineering, combining strength with fine dexterity. We often take our hands for granted until injury results in a loss of function. Even the simplest of tasks require the most complex coordination of ...

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  • July 27, 2018

    Friday in the garden - volunteer PermaBee

    Friday 27 July — 9:30am-12:30am

    Kitchen garden, forest garden, wild food and native plant garden, aquaponic and vertical garden or seed saving — what appeals? Those gardens are the choice on our regular Friday Permabee volunteer days. They're a chance to do, to learn, to get a ...

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  • July 28, 2018

    Winter Green Growing

    Keep yourself healthy in the darkest time of the year.

    We will grow microgreens in our kitchen, as well as exploring other possibilities for fresh food which are particularly twisted for small spaces.

    WHEN: Saturday 28 March 2018
    TIME:  1: 00pm - 3:00pm
    WHERE: Barrett House 6 Barret ...

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  • July 29, 2018

    Pipe Dreams — the movie

    James Stanton-Cooke will host the screening of Pipe Dreams — Fractured Lives

    James Stanton-Cooke presents this exclusive Q&A screening of Pipe Dreams — Fractured Lives with the filmmaker David Smith (maz. 30 mins). Stay around after the credits to ask all your burning questions.

    The film will commence at ...

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  • Aug. 4, 2018

    Strategic Questioning

    Runs over 2 Saturday afternoonS - 4 & 11 August 2018

    The questions you ask determine the answers you get. That’s why asking the right questions is so important.

    In this course, Grahame Collier is going to teach us how to ask those right questions. It’s called Strategic ...

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  • Aug. 13, 2018

    Growing big in small spaces using Permaculture

    Runs over 6 Monday mornings starting 13 Aug from 9:30-1:00pm

    Small places can yield big results when productive gardens are made according to permaculture design principles.
     
    Intensive food production in a very small area — and a small area is all that many of us have here ...

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  • Aug. 14, 2018

    ESSSN - Threatened Species in the East

    ESSSN Term 3 MeetUP — Tues 14 August — 3:45-5:15pm

    Join us at Greycliffe House for our next ESSSN MeetUP. Join Jakki Trenbath and David Thompson, from National Parks and Wildlife Service, for a walk around Nielsen Park. Participate in an activity to explore how to engage students ...

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  • Aug. 18, 2018

    Bike maintenance — Beginners — Randwick

    Sat 18 August — 1:30-4:30pm

    Thinking about riding to work, shops or for pleasure? Keep your bike running smooth and learn some handy bike maintenance skills. Bring it along to work on during the workshop.

    This workshop will help you become familiar with your bike and your ...

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  • Aug. 18, 2018

    Gardening on the wild side

    Runs over 6 Saturday afternoons starting 18 August

    Create garden homes for tiny native bees, frogs, insects, fairy wrens, blue tongue lizards and other creatures of town and bush... make a low maintenance garden for your enjoyment and learn what to plant... our practicals session will help develop ...

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  • Aug. 18, 2018

    Composting & Worm Farming

    This course shows how easy it is to reduce household waste through the art of composting and worm farming. Learn how to turn organic waste into food for your garden using a compost bin or worm farm.

    Topics covered include:

    • principles of composting and worm farming
    • what is ...
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