Please note that we have a limited number for each workshop. If you are interested in this workshop please rsvp to: email@example.comGrafting with Ken Clark In this workshop you will learn:The different ways of grafting. What you can graft together, success and failure stories. What tools you need to get startedWhat to expect: Ken is a master grafter and has managed to graft seven different sorts of plums onto one tree. Grafting on existing trees is one way to get a wide…See More
For those who have something they would like to give away and for those looking for something that might be lying round someones garage. KEEP IT FOOD/GARDEN RELATED PLEASE.It may in some cases incur postage thats up to you. Offers of swaps are ok.See More
Growing and do things the old way.Do you grow your own vege, make soap, use herbs, cut your own firewood, long for the pioneer days where it literally came from your own back yard. If you do then this is the group for you.See More
Buying Local Food, Bartering Local Food, Learning, Preserving, WWOOFA Hosting
Tell us about your garden and what you're growing
I live on an acre block near the lake. It's a little hilly and I don't have lots of time to garden but I love it. I try and do things as organically as possible and have planted apple, nectarine, peach, quince, raspberries, strawberries, blackcurrants, strawberries, olives, cape gooseberry, herbs, passionfruit, plums and figs, asparagus, hazelnut and almonds. These are all only about 3 years old. It's pretty wild, definitely not cultivated. I also grow some veg and potatoes. I have chickens for eggs and recently grew meat bird chickens. The good life is hard work. Am interested in Weston A Price foundation and methods of eating/cooking. I had bee hives which someone else owned but would like to manage some hives myself. Keen to make contact with someone prepared to share skills, information.
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Hello Dinie and welcome to the WAP group : ) I hope you manage to find yourself around the site ok. Let me know if you need any pointers....the WAP group has a discussions page and theres one that you can look through to see if anyone near you has sourdough, kefir, caspian yoghurt and many other cultures. Cheers!