Our Mission Statement

To be a vibrant social hub for our local community and beyond, celebrating generational, cultural and environmental diversity, promoting and inspiring sustainable living practices for well-being.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Gathering Sunday 25th October 11am-1pm

WHAT - All locals are invited to find out more about the Bribie Eco-Community Garden at a special gathering on Sunday 25th October at the proposed site. Cr Gary Parsons will be attending and Craig Allison from All Round Tree Service will be the special guest speaker on the day. Craig has a wealth of knowledge on all things horticultural. He will be able to help you with advice on various mulching techniques and soil composition for growing a variety of trees and plants in your backyard. If you have a tree or plant in your garden and you’re not sure what variety it is, bring a leaf or two along and Craig can identify it for you. Do you have a problem with one of your trees or plants? Craig will also be talking about pest and disease solutions so bring a sample of the problem and Craig will help.

WHERE - Proposed garden site, off first ave, behind indoor bowls and bridge club, next to Wallum Action Group Nursery.

WHEN- 11 am to 1pm on Sunday 25th October. Craig will be speaking at 11.15 and there will be a BYO barbeque from 12 noon. Do you have any fruit, veggie, salad or herbs growing in your garden to share? - Bring them along too.

Bribie Eco-Community Membership Forms will be available to fill out on the day (membership is free),  this is a requirement of our recent incorporation, so even if you can't stay for the whole gathering please feel free to come along and grab a form, to let us know of your interest.
Anyone who can't make the 25th but would like to become a member, you can receive a membership by email, to print off and return by post to PO Box 1094, Bongaree, by emailing our Treasurer Vikki at : overscore@hotmail.com

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