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If you are over in the Wairarapa we have a limited supply of Worm Compost and Lemons...all fresh, all organic! Get your Worm Compost (aka worm castings) now and give your veges the best start when spring arrives.
Innermost Gardens is hosting a local food workshop this weekend.
check out our website for more information http://www.innermostgardens.org.nz/archives/550
In this workshop, Robina will use community facilitation methods to the goal of community scale food interdependence, based on successful models of localised food production in Aotearoa/NZ and in other parts of the world.
If you are keen to come then send us an email to RSVP
Have you heard of the Wellington Growers and Consumers Co-op? It is a CSA (community supported agriculture). The next term for 13 wks is about to start (14th May) and you can get organic, local, seasonal produce - it is awesome value! Check out more on their webpage for more details.
Standard vegie bag (replacement for small bag)
2 vegie bags (replacement for large bag)
½ dozen eggs
Apple juice, 1 litre
Apple juice, 2 litre
Firewood, 1 m3 (trailer load) pine
As this is a co-operative it is a bit different to your usual box scheme. This is the most direct connection between grower and consumer. There are NO wholesalers, NO retailers, NO packaging, NO warehousing, or any of the other costs associated with the distribution of food through normal channels. The consumer end of the co-operative’s distribution system is carried out by members as part of their commitment to the co-operative. The grower receives all the money that the consumers pay for their produce – meaning a happy farmer! Happy consumers too – not only do they receive the freshest, most delicious, most nutritious vegetables; they pay a fair price, and they know that their food supply is secure because their farmer is secure.
Pretty awesome... so sign-up and please spread the word to Wellington. Join the facebook page here too.
Innermost Gardens is running some exciting workshops to be held at their Mt Vic site on Sunday afternoons in March and April.
Seed Saving (13/3) 1pm to 4pm
Bee keeping (27/3) 2pm to 4pm
Growing in Containers (10/4) 2pm to 4pm
Growing Nutrient dense fruit and vegetables and composting (24/4) 2pm to 4pm
Please RSVP as places are limited email@example.com
Minimum Koha for Seed saving workshop $10, other workshop minimum Koha $5. Come... along and have fun!
If you would like any further details please send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org check us out on face or look at our website http://www.innermostgardens.org.nz/
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