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Moon gardening in the tiny courtyard garden

Green Harvest Seeds

The tiny courtyard garden moves a step closer to keeping us in greens and we conduct a moon gardening experiment My slow-bolting greens project is progressing slowly but surely. The seeds (Lettuce, Ceylon Spinach and Nasturtiums – chosen for my small inner-city courtyard and their suitability for this tricky season ... Read More »

Slow bolting greens are just the ticket for Summer

Red Nasturtium

And so begins the Summer of slow bolting greens… I’ve been poring through the online lists of heirloom seeds on the hunt for some compact, slow bolting greens for my tiny inner-city courtyard. The tiny space is shared with the tiny clothesline which gets a lot of use, especially in ... 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 »

CityTalks 2012 – free event exploring the City of Sydney’s sustainable food plans

CityTalks 2012 – Sustainable Food Recipes for change How food is changing the cultural and community life of cities Around the world, cities are looking for ways to feed their fast growing populations sustainably and ethically. Economist and social commentator David McWilliams has seen the effects of shrinking crop stockpiles, ... Read More »

Sustainable Food – Michael Mobbs and Costa talk turkey

Sustainable_Food_Michael Mobbs

    Transition Bondi recently hosted an intimate conversation about sustainable food between 2 local gardeners… Costa and Michael Mobbs. As well as launching Michael’s new book, “Sustainable Food”, they chat about the issues we all face with food, water, soil, health and community. This is a short excerpt from ... Read More »

The Future of Your Food

Food is the common denominator of every human on the planet - yet many have lost their connection to it by delegating the responsibility for producing it to someone else. As Lolo Houbein, author of the book that has inspired thousands of Australians t... Read More »

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