Growing food in the City

August 24, 2013

August 24, 2013

10:00 am To 2:00 am

270 Ferry Road, Southport, Queensland

Event Description

To celebrate Fair Food Week Gold Coast Permaculture will be hosting a free activity day at our Urban Farm site 270 Ferry Road on Saturday 24th of  August.  Events will include farm tours, garden workshops, composting and more.

If you can’t make it on the Saturday the site is also open from Monday to Saturday so you can come and visit us at another time.

For more details

See more at: http://goldcoastpermaculture.org.au

Getting there

We encourage people to use public transport the 747 and the number 5 bus stop just outside.

Organizers

Gold Coast Permaculture

http://www.goldcoastpermaculture.org.au

Short description—organiser

Gold Coast Permaculture is a not for profit begun by a group of local volunteers to demonstrate how chemical free food can be grown in an urban environment. We make all our own soil through composting biomass that would have gone to landfill.

We provide opportunities for people to learn how to produce their own food. We cultivate unusual food plants such as Moringa, Ceylon Spinach and Cassava to promote biodiversity and encourage people to try food that grows easily in a sub-tropical environment.

We sell great vegetables and herbs at affordable prices to enable all people to access better nutrition.

No bookings required but email info@goldcoastpermaculture.org.au if more details about the day are required.

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