Posts Tagged ‘Cultivating Community’
Posted in Events by Moloney on March 9th, 2012
|18 March , 2012|
|11:00 am||to||1:00 pm|
Cultivating Community and Yarra Climate Action Now combine forces to bring Urban Growth to Yarra. Designed as a community garden and home-composting information session; the event includes free workshops, a food swap, compost relay and special guest Yarra City Council’s Urban Agriculture Officer, Pete Huff.
Sunday March 18th
Gordon St Laneway, access next to 23 Gordon St, Clifton Hill
Melways 44 E2
For more info, contact Hannah Moloney hannah
@cultivatingcommunity.org.au, 9429 3084
Posted in Events by Moloney on March 7th, 2011
|20 March , 2011|
|2:30 pm||to||3:30 pm|
Compost your Food Waste with Worms!
Cultivating Community and the City of Yarra present a workshop on the benefits and joys of home composting.
Sunday 20th March
2:30 – 3:30
21 Gordon St, Clifton Hill
Contact Hannah Moloney
Posted in Seeking by Virginia on May 12th, 2009
Cultivating Community is Victoria’s leading supplier of community garden and urban agriculture services. Over the last 19 years it has grown from a volunteer based organisation to a fully funded agency with a reputation for delivering high quality, engaging and ground breaking programs.They are now seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to continue this great work and grow this groundbreaking organisation.
Contact ben@ cultivatingcommunity.com.au for more details.
Posted in Research by Devin Maeztri on November 3rd, 2008
Here is the complete Pedalling Fruit Pickers Project Kit. The outcomes of the projects feasibility research that were conducted during the three month research period are included in the report, as are numerous templates, contacts, models, project budgets and procedures. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted in Events by Devin Maeztri on September 17th, 2008
What: The Growers and Eaters Forum – A better fresh food deal for farmers and consumers
When: Friday, 14 November 2008/9am – 4pm
Where: Brunswick Town Hall, Sydney Road – Brunswick
Key note speaker: John Whitelegg (UK food and tranport expert)
For more information and register click The Growers and Eaters Forum