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Moon Gardening – The Tree Planting Moon

Moon in Taurus Productive and earthy, Taurus is one of my favourite places for the moon to be when gardening. Taurus is especially good for planting root crops and leafy greens because it lends the qualities of endurance and robustness to crops planted under its beams. I recently grew a ... Read More »

Costa wings his way to Queensland Garden Expo

The Queensland Garden Expo is marking its 30th anniversary this year and Costa is on his way to Nambour to join in the celebrations. The expo runs over three days (11-13 July) and offers a diverse range of free lectures and demonstrations given by local and international speakers on multiple ... Read More »

GIVE A FORK! about Sustainable Seafood

Relax over dinner with friends and learn about sustainable seafood The latest initiative by Melbourne’s Sustainable Table, GIVE A FORK! challenges us all to consider what we put on our plates, this year’s theme is Sustainable Seafood. Give a Fork! is an opportunity for you and your friends and family ... Read More »

Punk Economics – why we can no longer shop happily

PUNK ECONOMICS If you weren’t able to make it to the City of Sydney’s City Talk Recipes for change, how food is changing the cultural and community life of cities on Tuesday evening, you missed out on a great night of insightful discussion from an inspiring group of people who ... Read More »

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