Seed Savers Winter Sharing — Mullumbimby

August 25, 2013

August 25, 2013

1:00 pm To 5:00 pm

22 Stuart St, Mullumbimby

Event Description

BYRON HINTERLAND SEED SAVERS is joyfully proud to be having our winter sharing to co-incide with Fair Food Week – 19th-25th August.

WHEN: SUNDAY 25th August
WHERE: Sharon Gibson’s Sustainable organic permaculture garden @ 22 Stuart Street Mulumbimby
TIME: 1pm – 5pm. Don’t be late!


1pm: Garden tour with Sharon
3-4pm: Shared afternoon tea:
4:30pm: Sharing of garden bounty

Sharon’s amazing organic garden is a total demonstration in urban permaculture. Sharon grows all of their own fruit and tropical fruit, vegetables, eggs and meat.

Having ducks, chickens and bees in her small suburban garden, which is jam packed with sustainable and ususual perenniel and local foods. Sharon grows more in a small area than many rural properties and is a fantastic showcase example of how we are all headed in gardening.

Sharon had been teaching Permaculture and sustainability on site and at the Mullumbimby Community Gardens for over 2 years. Whether you aspire to having a garden or already have one started or have your own functioning organic garden you will find inspiration, delight and new ideas!!

Please bring:

  • a cup for Tea
  • a plate of FINGER FOOD to share 
  • $3 donation for Byron Hinterland Seed Savers LSN fees 
  • Any bounty from your garden: cuttings, tubours, seedlings, plants and seeds etc. to give away. 
With love.



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