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Join kindred spirits for a Sunday lunch with a difference

Sustainable Table spices up Sunday lunch with native edibles On Sunday 23rd June Sustainable Table are hosting a unique and inspiring event that will teach us all how to grow and cook with Australian native plants. Warm yourself with bush tea and wattleseed cookies and take a guided educational tour ... Read More »

Meet the real organic food heroes with Costa

Costa hosts The World’s Biggest Organic Feast The Sustainable Living Festival is in full swing, with over 300 events running throughout Victoria. Whether you’re a passionate advocate for environmental issues, casual green thumb, intermittent recycler or romantic designer, the Festival has something for everybody! This year, the Festival is asking ... Read More »

Treat yourself – & the planet – to a day at the Sustainability Festival

It’s all systems go for Melbourne’s Sustainability Festival The Sustainable Living Festival is set to kick off in Melbourne with vege swaps, sustainable garden tours and art exhibitions, setting the scene for three weeks jam-packed with events. The festival aims to  raise awareness of, and provide tools for sustainable change ... Read More »

Public fruit maps available online

Screenshot of Google Public Fruit Map

Your very own horn of plenty could be just next door… The next time you’re online, search for ‘Public Fruit’ in Google Maps and you may well be able to harvest your next snack without leaving your neighbourhood. We have Mangoes, Passionfruit, Vietnamese Mint, Cherry Tomatoes, Parsley, Rosemary, Mint and ... Read More »

Renegade gardener plants food forest

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dhdAgLPMUQ&w=560&h=315] Renegade Ron’s Food Forest This clip of South LA resident Ron Finley’s guerrilla garden has been around for a while but I thought I’d share it and maybe plant some seeds in the minds of all the other budding renegades out there… Enjoy! Michelle Content Creator, Costasworld Read More »

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