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Discounted ticket offer to Give a Fork! launch & movie screening

GIVE A FORK! about Sustainable Seafood

  Get on down to Sustainable Table’s Give a Fork! Launch on Thursday 12th Sept. Hear from inspirational shark attack survivor Paul De Gelder and watch award-winning doco Sharkwater. Eat organic popcorn, drink homemade lemonade and mingle with cool people at the RMIT Cinema, Melb CBD. For tickets and more ... Read More »

GIVE A FORK! about Sustainable Seafood

Give A Fork! 2013

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 »

And the winner was….

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  Tucker Patch Event Co-Ordinator Denise Gilbert has shared these great photographs of the annual Scarecrow Competition held earlier this year – check out the event details here. Congrats to the creator of the ghoulish vampire – the winner of the competition. We’re looking forward to seeing what you come ... Read More »

What can artisans learn from the local food movement?

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Visit GAFFA Gallery in Sydney’s CBD to learn more about Economist Amory Starr’s vision for a sustainable, thriving local objects economy. The exhibition is running in conjunction with Sydney Design 2013. In the ruins of Wall Street, the Local Food movement has built a US$4.8B economy of integrity. Economist/activist/artist Amory ... Read More »

Soil health & fruit grafting workshops in Melbourne

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Always wanted to know more about your soil or how to graft fruit trees? The Mount Alexander Fruit Growers have been busy running workshops in Melbourne to teach city gardeners how to look after their fruit trees over the last few months – we featured them here. Their orchards are ... Read More »

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