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Where’s Costa? – Felton Food Festival 2015

Felton Food Festival 2014

Grow, Gather and Enjoy is exactly what The Felton Food Festival is all about. This is the 4th year of what is a truly local food and farming community event put on to celebrate the value of the farming landscapes and the determination of the locals to celebrate their connection to ... Read More »

Where is Costa? – Earth Hour, Whitehorse and Neighbour Day

The weekend of Sat 28 – Sun 29 March 2015 is set to be a packed one! With Earth Hour happening Saturday evening, and both Neighbour Day and the City of Whitehorse’s Sustainable Food and Wine Fair on Sunday, there’s chockers of great events the whole family can sink its teeth ... Read More »

Nosh On the Namoi 2015

Come Saturday 21 March 2015, I’ll be in Narrabri in North-Eastern NSW to keep the good folks of Nosh on the Namoi company. But before Saturday’s festivities, on Friday 20 March I’ll be out and about visiting the local schools like I did last year. I’m really looking forward to seeing how the ... Read More »

Costa to present free compost workshops in Perth

Look out Perth, Costa’s on his way! This week sees Costa and the Gardening Australia team filming in WA and Costa will also be visiting a few Perth schools. Later in the week, he’ll be taking part in Perth’s National Science Week celebrations. 2014’s National Science Week school’s theme is ... Read More »

Organic orchardists offer Grow Great Fruit workshops

Do You Feel Confident To Keep Your Fruit Trees Healthy and Pick Great Fruit Every Year? Mount Alexander Fruit Gardens are organic orchardists located in Harcourt (central Victoria). On top of their valuable contribution to keeping us all fed, they also hold winter workshops with the aim of teaching people ... Read More »

You imagine what you desire – A Garden of Bad Flowers

Gabrielle de Vietri Garden of Bad Flowers (2014) with landscape architect, Marti Fooks Image courtesy of the artist.

Biennale artist Gabrielle de Vietri calls on the gardeners of Sydney to lend a hand. Drawing on the traditions of Floriography, a coded floral language prevalent in the 18th and 19th centuries across Europe, the Middle East, Australia and America, artist Gabrielle de Vietri‘s contribution to the 19th Biennale of ... Read More »

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