Mullumbimby Community Gardens

Mullumbimby Community Gardens

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Just not this summer.... 39 every day and no rain!

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EASTERN BROWN CHASING BEHAVIOUR EXPLAINED 👇🐍 When people tell of being ‘chased’ by a snake, they unknowingly misinterpret the snake’s behavior and intentions. When they encounter a snake and it becomes defensive toward them, most people interpret any advance towards them as though the snake has the intention to ‘catch’ and bite them. While a bite can be the result of a close encounter, it is usually the snake’s last resort. Biting is rarely their initial reaction unless you step on one causing it to bite in defense. In reality, the snake’s first intension is to act in a manner that intimidates the person into a hasty retreat. This is called defensive behavior and it may include the following actions - rearing up, hissing, gaping the mouth, flattening the neck to look bigger and mock or bluff striking. Occasionally, they may advance towards a perceived threat in order to force their opponent to retreat, allowing them opportunity to escape, or at least feel safe again (this is the behavior that is often mistaken for ‘chasing’). Snakes that encounter humans a lot, such as the eastern brown, have become quite good at intimidating humans into leaving them alone. It is important to understand that they are exhibiting this behavior because they perceive us as a large predator, and they don’t want to eaten. As clearly demonstrated in this video, the snake advances towards me in an assertive manner because it perceives me as a large predator. Once I retreat and give it some space, it dives for the nearest cover. What to do if a snake becomes defensive at you - For safety reasons, I always recommend removing yourself from the snake's vicinity as a first priority. If you find yourself very close to the snake and it is not acting defensively, for example a snake slithers past your foot, then it is generally better to remain perfectly still so that you don’t provoke any defensive behavior by moving. At the end of the day it is your call as to which course of action is more suited to your situation. If after watching this video you still believe snakes intentionally mean you harm, then please consider the following facts. 1) Venomous snakes don’t see us as prey and their only reason for biting is defense. 2) Snakes perceive humans and anything else larger than them (even vehicles) as large potential predators. Basically, if it’s big and it moves around them, they perceive it as a threat to their life and will defend themselves. 3) Snakes are NOT territorial and will only defend their personal safety, not a territory like a dog. 4) Snakes are born with every instinct they need to survive in the wild. One of these instincts is defensive behavior. They do not think - which human am I going to chase today. In their mind, they are simply trying to survive an encounter with a large predator. 5) Snakes respond to movement defensively (especially eastern browns). The more you move around, the more defensive they can become. 6) Statistics collected by scientists and hospital case studies, have proven that eastern brown snakes only envenomate 20-40% of the time. If you were a prey item (a rodent for example) they would envenomate 100% of the time. With dry bites being so common, it stands to reason that they instinctually know not to waste their venom on something they cannot eat. A venomous bite is simply a byproduct of the snake using biting as a technique to defend itself - not because the snake is intentionally trying to use its venom on a human or pet. The above info is designed to help the general public understand the defensive nature of snakes so they don’t put them selves at further risk by trying to kill the snake - This increases your chance of being bitten by 80% and does almost nothing to solve the person’s perceived 'snake problem'.
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This happens to me two day ago come state at me than took off I just froze

I haven´t read the whole text but it also looks like you are on the way to the safe hole in the ground hence the snake tries to scare you out of its escape route

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Starting up a community garden at Butambala village

Wow great

What a great story. Community gardens are just so fantastic in so many ways.

Ali Mawanda Jr. Waiswa Robert Namuwolo Evelynevelyn Nyangabyaki Simon

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Self-confessed 'crazy plant lady' Summer Rayne has transformed her Brooklyn apartment into an urban jungle with her ever-growing collection of 500+ plants 🌱
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...it doesn't get much Greener than this...pure dedication, passion and inspiration...the Crazy Plant Lady turns me on...!!!

Incredibly unhealthy to live in an environment full of spores!

I wonder is she's planned for all the rot in the walls, floors and ceiling....

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Yeah boys I’ll make a man outta you the right way 😂🤣😉😋

This is awesome!😍

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So satisfying to watch.

Interesting to see so much ash used.

Great advice about Snake Bite Management#SnakeBite That bite of summer has well and truly come early this year and with that heat, comes snakes. This article was written by Rob Timmings Rob runs a medical/nursing education business Teaching nurses, doctors and paramedics. It’s well worth the read #ECT4Health 3000 bites are reported annually. 300-500 hospitalisations 2-3 deaths annually. Average time to death is 12 hours. The urban myth that you are bitten in the yard and die before you can walk from your chook pen back to the house is a load of rubbish. While not new, the management of snake bite (like a flood/fire evacuation plan or CPR) should be refreshed each season. Let’s start with a Basic overview. There are five genus of snakes that will harm us (seriously) Browns, Blacks, Adders, Tigers and Taipans. All snake venom is made up of huge proteins (like egg white). When bitten, a snake injects some venom into the meat of your limb (NOT into your blood). This venom can not be absorbed into the blood stream from the bite site. It travels in a fluid transport system in your body called the lymphatic system (not the blood stream). Now this fluid (lymph) is moved differently to blood. Your heart pumps blood around, so even when you are lying dead still, your blood still circulates around the body. Lymph fluid is different. It moves around with physical muscle movement like bending your arm, bending knees, wriggling fingers and toes, walking/exercise etc. Now here is the thing. Lymph fluid becomes blood after these lymph vessels converge to form one of two large vessels (lymphatic trunks)which are connected to veins at the base of the neck. Back to the snake bite site. When bitten, the venom has been injected into this lymph fluid (which makes up the bulk of the water in your tissues). The only way that the venom can get into your blood stream is to be moved from the bite site in the lymphatic vessels. The only way to do this is to physically move the limbs that were bitten. Stay still!!! Venom can’t move if the victim doesn’t move. Stay still!! Remember people are not bitten into their blood stream. In the 1980s a technique called Pressure immobilisation bandaging was developed to further retard venom movement. It completely stops venom /lymph transport toward the blood stream. A firm roll bandage is applied directly over the bite site (don’t wash the area). Technique: Three steps: keep them still Step 1 Apply a bandage over the bite site, to an area about 10cm above and below the bite. Step 2: Then using another elastic roller bandage, apply a firm wrap from Fingers/toes all the way to the armpit/groin. The bandage needs to be firm, but not so tight that it causes fingers or toes to turn purple or white. About the tension of a sprain bandage. Step 3: Splint the limb so the patient can’t walk or bend the limb. Do nots: Do not cut, incise or suck the venom. Do not EVER use a tourniquet Don’t remove the shirt or pants - just bandage over the top of clothing. Remember movement (like wriggling out of a shirt or pants) causes venom movement. DO NOT try to catch, kill or identify the snake!!! This is important. In hospital we NO LONGER NEED to know the type of snake; it doesn’t change treatment. 5 years ago we would do a test on the bite, blood or urine to identify the snake so the correct anti venom can be used. BUT NOW... we don’t do this. Our new Antivenom neutralises the venoms of all the 5 listed snake genus, so it doesn’t matter what snake bit the patient. Read that again- one injection for all snakes! Polyvalent is our one shot wonder, stocked in all hospitals, so most hospitals no longer stock specific Antivenins. Australian snakes tend to have 3 main effects in differing degrees. Bleeding - internally and bruising. Muscles paralysed causing difficulty talking, moving & breathing. Pain In some snakes severe muscle pain in the limb, and days later the bite site can break down forming a nasty wound. Allergy to snakes is rarer than winning lotto twice. Final tips: not all bitten people are envenomated and only those starting to show symptoms above are given antivenom. Did I mention to stay still. ~Rob Timmings Kingston/Robe Health Advisory ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Great advice about Snake Bite Management

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Excellent awareness which reassures the anxious parties who hate snakes. Thanks.

Anthony Tony Speed

Thanks Rob for the Snake bite advice

Unfortunately, the information about the "one shot" anti-venom is incorrect. Bad reactions (such as anaphylaxis) are more likely with this approach - so best practice is to stick with specific anti-venoms unless absolutely necessary. However, the First Aid for a bite information is very good.

Good to know

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4 months ago

Dear Jeannette and colleagues,

On behalf of the Ngara Institute, I would like to offer my warmest congratulations on the tenth anniversary of the Mullumbimby Community Gardens. The Gardens are a magnificent achievement and a credit to all those involved over the years. They have become emblematic of Mullumbimby’s commitment to localisation and regenerative practices. They are also very beautiful!

But the gardens symbolise much more than this. They are part of a global environmental justice movement that is seeking to create a different way of life based on peace, justice and ecological regeneration. The gardens are a shining example of what can be achieved when a few committed people get together to create a place of wisdom, wonder and utility. My partner and I walked around the gardens yesterday and we marvelled at what we saw.

So once again, congratulations to everyone involved and I look forward to the twentieth anniversary!

Best wishes,

Richard Hil PhD
Adjunct Professor, School of Social Work and Human Services
Griffith University (Gold Coast Campus)
Convenor, Ngara Institute
Board Member, Justice for Fallujah
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Dear Jeannette and colleagues,

On behalf of the Ngara Institute, I would like to offer my warmest congratulations on the tenth anniversary of the Mullumbimby Community Gardens. The Gardens are a magnificent achievement and a credit to all those involved over the years. They have become emblematic of Mullumbimby’s commitment to localisation and regenerative practices. They are also very beautiful!

But the gardens symbolise much more than this. They are part of a global environmental justice movement that is seeking to create a different way of life based on peace, justice and ecological regeneration. The gardens are a shining example of what can be achieved when a few committed people get together to create a place of wisdom, wonder and utility. My partner and I walked around the gardens yesterday and we marvelled at what we saw.

So once again, congratulations to everyone involved and I look forward to the twentieth anniversary!

Best wishes,

Richard Hil PhD
Adjunct Professor, School of Social Work and Human Services
Griffith University (Gold Coast Campus)
Convenor, Ngara Institute
Board Member, Justice for Fallujah

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It was a really lovely event low key and pleasant with wonderful workshops and entertainment! A great 10 year celebration. Thank you 😊🙏🏻😄😊

What a beautiful and peaceful garden community that has evolved. If I lived closer I would be there in an instant. Another beautiful part of Australia to live.....Jillian

A beautiful place. I miss it. We are doing the same as we did in our spot there.

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Program runs til 5. Garden tour at 3pm😍 ... See MoreSee Less

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Program runs til 5.  Garden tour at 3pm😍

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Awesome line up!!

Was a great day. Love coming here

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5 months ago

MCG needs office admin volunteer particularly suited to stable over 55 Centrelink recipient ( someone who will stay with us and not go and get a job!!!!) but of course the position would suit any age really.

It would absolutely suit someone with very very basic computor skills and needing to do volunteer work to fulfil his/her Centrelink requirements or someone just looking for something worthwhile to do .

This is a great way to spend your mornings -
* greeting our visitors,
* handing out forms,
* referring Work for the Dole and Work Development Order clients to the supervisors,
*signing off volunteer timesheet,
*keeping our data bases up-to-date,
*answering and forwarding on emails,
*receipting income,
*collecting invoices for the treasurer,
*bit of light bookkeeping,
* photocopying and filing,
* making copious cups of tea

and generally just being our office guru who will be showered with much love and appreciation.

If this sparks an interest as a way for you to engage in your community please email admin@mullumbimbycommunitygardens.org or give me a call 0412 322 255 and we can have a chat. Jeannette x
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MCG needs office admin volunteer particularly suited to stable over 55 Centrelink recipient ( someone who will stay with us and not go and get a job!!!!) but of course the position would suit any age really.   

It  would absolutely suit someone with very very basic computor skills and  needing to do volunteer work to fulfil his/her Centrelink requirements or someone just  looking for something worthwhile to do .  

This is a great way to spend your mornings - 
* greeting our visitors, 
* handing out forms, 
*  referring Work for the Dole and Work Development Order clients to the supervisors, 
*signing off volunteer timesheet,
*keeping our data bases up-to-date, 
*answering and forwarding on emails, 
*receipting income, 
*collecting invoices for the treasurer, 
*bit of light bookkeeping,
* photocopying and filing,
* making copious cups of tea

and generally just being our office guru who will be showered with much love and appreciation. 

If this sparks an interest as a way for you  to engage in your community  please email admin@mullumbimbycommunitygardens.org or give me a call 0412 322 255 and we can have a chat. Jeannette x

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Not sure if you go the garden on Saturday fir the ren year anniversary celebrAtion and ask at the office. It will be a great day

I will put this in our positions vacant booklet

Sue Kerr would you know anybody who would be interested in this?

Is this still available

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Now the office is complete we have roofing panels left over. Cost $1000 sell $200. Must go. ... See MoreSee Less

5 months ago

Come along and celebrate Mullum Community Garden's 10th Birthday.
Saturday 27th October, 2018
Lots of free activities for all ages.
Entry by donation.
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Come along and celebrate Mullum Community Gardens 10th Birthday. 
Saturday 27th October, 2018
Lots of free activities for all ages. 
Entry by donation.

MCG General Meeting
Saturday Oct 20
(Mullum Market Day)
2pm - 3.30pm

ALL WELCOME

Come along to meet the new Management Committee and learn about what is happening on site this month.

For agenda email mcgmembers1@gmail.com
or call 0412 322 255
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MCG General Meeting 
Saturday Oct 20   
(Mullum Market Day)
2pm - 3.30pm

ALL WELCOME

Come along to meet the new Management Committee and learn about what is happening on site this month.

For agenda email mcgmembers1@gmail.com
or call 0412 322 255

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6 months ago

Beautiful and inspiring

Goodful
These time lapses of seeds growing are so amazing ✨ 🌿
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Michaela Colvin

David Frappell

How amazing🌱✨

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7 News Sunshine Coast
'The Living Classroom' is teaching Monkland State School students about the importance of paddock to plate eating. www.7plus.com.au/news #7News
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Amazing... congratulations...

Mullum SEED Annual General Meeting is upon us! Make a nomination and steer this wonderful organisation forward!Annual General Meeting time! Will you join us and support your community?! Wednesday October 3, 2018, 5pm @ MCG. For enquiries contact secretary@mullumseed.org.au Nomination form here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yDCtT8FKwadQmnhxqQK6WCGb_FEb-_N3/view?usp=sharing ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Mullum SEED Annual General Meeting is upon us! Make a nomination and steer this wonderful organisation forward!

Today we officially launch the 3rd Fundraiser for our Solar coolroom project! We are so excited as this event may very well see us have the funds to buy, re-model, install our shipping container soon! Please help us realise the dream and buy you tickets before the sell out - AGAIN! ha ha ha! Yes we have sold our at both our prior fundraisers. PLEASE SHARE this with your family and friends! Sunday 16th September - 12.30-3.30pm at the Mullumbimby Community gardens! Get your ticket online at our Fb event page (from eventbrite) or Mullum Bookshop or at the Mullum Food Co-op on Tues & Fri from 10-4pm! The POWER of COMMUNITY in Action! Please email us if you would like to volunteer on the day mullumfoodcoop@gmail.com :D ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Wonderful initiative

Oliver's Hens
My crowdfunding campaign is now live on Pozible! Help me get my free range egg farm started by donating to the campaign and sharing this video with all your friends today. http://bit.ly/2Nn1kum
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7 months ago

A brilliant message for all us...

Juggling The Jenkins
The Lady Behind Me in the Drive-Thru Yelled at Me. Instead of Karate-Chopping Her Kneecap, I Did This. . . IG/jugglingthejenkins YT/jugglingthejenkins For licensing or usage, contact licensing@viralhog.com
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7 months ago

Hope to see you at our next "Gathering" Saturday 25th August 10-1 - yummy lunch provided. ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Hope to see you at our next Gathering Saturday 25th August 10-1 - yummy lunch provided.

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🌱🌿 Y E S ! 🌿🌱

Awesome!Our bounty❤️ The Tuesday lunch crew preparing for our weekly community lunch at 1pm ... See MoreSee Less

8 months ago

Awesome!

Our bounty❤️ The Tuesday lunch crew preparing for our weekly community lunch at 1pm ... See MoreSee Less

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Our bounty❤️ The Tuesday lunch crew preparing for our weekly community lunch at 1pm

Our Mullumbimbees beekeeping group has been shortlisted as a Flow Hive POLLINATOR SUPPORT PROGRAM ! Jump to the website and vote for "Project 10: Habitat for Homes" beeee quick - voting closes 14 August 2018. www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program "The aim of our project is to create a safe habitat for pollinators at our Mullumbimby Community Garden. We will create an inspiring educational facility to support and showcase the importance of beneficial insects. We will build many different structures for pollinator homes using natural materials and specific techniques to cater for the diverse range of inhabitants. We will install native bee hives and a Kenyan Top Bar Hive for natural beekeeping practice. The project will include: 10 x Community Planting days, 4 x Workshops - beekeeping, planting nectar gardens and habitat, beneficial insects and Integrated Pest Management. Educational speakers- Tim Heard (native bee keeper), Adrian Lodice (natural beekeeping), Angelica Cameron (entomologist), Alanda young (horticulturist). 10 x Local bee group meetings and have School groups- planting flowers, making insect homes, learning about all the different types of pollinators. Our hope is to be able to invite inspirational educational speakers to discuss the big role these little creatures play and how we can help support them. It's easy and fun! VOTE NOW : https://www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program-shortlist Santos Organics Northern Rivers Community Gardens Network Shara Community Gardens - South Golden Beach/North Ocean Shores Lennox Community Gardens Mullumbimby Farmers Market ... See MoreSee Less

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Help support our Mullumbimbees Pollinator Support Program.
Vote now for "Project 10: Habitat for Homes"

www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program-shortlistOur Mullumbimbees beekeeping group has been shortlisted as a Flow Hive POLLINATOR SUPPORT PROGRAM ! Jump to the website and vote for "Project 10: Habitat for Homes" beeee quick - voting closes 14 August 2018. www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program "The aim of our project is to create a safe habitat for pollinators at our Mullumbimby Community Garden. We will create an inspiring educational facility to support and showcase the importance of beneficial insects. We will build many different structures for pollinator homes using natural materials and specific techniques to cater for the diverse range of inhabitants. We will install native bee hives and a Kenyan Top Bar Hive for natural beekeeping practice. The project will include: 10 x Community Planting days, 4 x Workshops - beekeeping, planting nectar gardens and habitat, beneficial insects and Integrated Pest Management. Educational speakers- Tim Heard (native bee keeper), Adrian Lodice (natural beekeeping), Angelica Cameron (entomologist), Alanda young (horticulturist). 10 x Local bee group meetings and have School groups- planting flowers, making insect homes, learning about all the different types of pollinators. Our hope is to be able to invite inspirational educational speakers to discuss the big role these little creatures play and how we can help support them. It's easy and fun! VOTE NOW : https://www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program-shortlist Santos Organics Northern Rivers Community Gardens Network Shara Community Gardens - South Golden Beach/North Ocean Shores Lennox Community Gardens Mullumbimby Farmers Market
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Help support our Mullumbimbees Pollinator Support Program.
Vote now for Project 10: Habitat for Homes

https://www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program-shortlist

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Yes!!! What a great idea ….I am adding this concept to the agenda for the Harvest Community Kitchen planning meeting on Saturday August 18th 3pm at the garden. Lets get our kitchen pumping!!!

The Happiness Heroes
Grandma always had the best meal, so I think it's pretty brilliant that there is a restaurant that hires grandma not chefs to cook.
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8 months ago

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Mahli Jeffreson

yes! im all for this region doing it too!

Very good 😇

Well. You know what I’m going say about that!!👍🏼

Jess Nelson

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Hot Composting Workshop with Diane Hart at Mullum Community Garden
Saturday July 28th 10am - 12.30pm
$10/$5 concession - Members free
All ages welcome
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Hot Composting Workshop with Diane Hart at Mullum Community Garden
Saturday July 28th 10am - 12.30pm 
$10/$5 concession - Members free
All ages welcome

HOT COMPOSTING WORKSHOP with Diane Hart
Saturday July 28th
10am -1pm
Mullumbimby Community Garden
156 Stuart St, Mullumbimby

$10/$5conc
Members Free

Come and keep warm in July and help us try and make the
BIGGEST HOT COMPOST HEAP IN THE WORLD with local horticulturist Diane Hart.

Get all of her HOT TIPS on how to make it - what to put in and what to leave out and how to turn waste into wonder.

We need as many people as we can get to bring their GREEN WASTE and help turn lovely loads of RUBBISH into BLACK GOLD. The soil is already saying THANK YOU.

EVERY SINGLE DAY tons of valuable organic material are thrown away by households and food outlets in Byron Shire – which then goes to the tip. So let’s start collecting it and HOT COMPOST it into something useful.

WE NEED YOU TO BRING lots of bags, boxes and bins full of:

• Horse manure, stable and chook pen sweepings.
• Lawn clippings ( not sprayed)
• Dried grass
• Leaves
• Food scraps (no more than 3 days old please and no meat, fish or dairy)
• Coffee grounds (café’s are happy for you to collect if you take them a bucket – Australians throw away 3,000 tons each year!)
• Juicing pulp from café’s (same, take them a bucket and collect)
• Comfrey and lemon grass prunings
• Hair from hairdressers (clean waste please)

WE’VE GOT THE SPACE, NOW WE JUST NEED YOU!!
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HOT COMPOSTING WORKSHOP with Diane Hart 
Saturday July 28th 
10am -1pm
 Mullumbimby Community Garden
156 Stuart St, Mullumbimby

$10/$5conc 
Members Free

Come and keep warm in July and help us try and make the
BIGGEST HOT COMPOST HEAP IN THE WORLD with local horticulturist Diane Hart.  

Get all of her HOT TIPS on how to make it - what to put in and what to leave out and how to turn waste into wonder.

We need as many people as we can get to bring their GREEN WASTE and help turn lovely loads of RUBBISH into BLACK GOLD. The soil is already saying THANK YOU. 

EVERY SINGLE DAY tons of valuable organic material are thrown away by households and food outlets in Byron Shire – which then goes to the tip.  So let’s start collecting it and HOT COMPOST it into something useful.

WE NEED YOU TO BRING lots of bags, boxes and bins full of:

• Horse manure, stable and chook pen sweepings.
• Lawn clippings ( not sprayed)
• Dried grass
• Leaves
• Food scraps (no more than 3 days old please and no meat, fish or dairy) 
• Coffee grounds (café’s are happy for you to collect if you take them a bucket – Australians throw away 3,000 tons each year!)
• Juicing pulp from café’s (same, take them a bucket and collect)
• Comfrey and lemon grass prunings
• Hair from hairdressers (clean waste please)

WE’VE GOT THE SPACE, NOW WE JUST NEED YOU!!

REMINDER - Renewal of MCG Membership & allotment fees is now due.

Of course, new members are welcome anytime.

Just $48 (+GST) a year supports this wonderful community facility and gives your lots of benefits including discounts at local businesses, our Tuesday lunches, monthly gatherings, workshop/course fees and more.

Our new members pack is full of information and goodies.

If you want to lease an allotment, the fees are additional ($4 - $8 pw) and relate to the size you need.

Please note - current allotment leases not renewed by 31st July will be forfeited and passed on to those on the waiting list.

We can make payment arrangements if that helps.

Contact Jeannette on 0412 322255 for more info or drop into the office weekday mornings.
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9 months ago

REMINDER - Renewal of MCG Membership &  allotment fees is now due.   

Of course, new members are welcome anytime.  

Just $48 (+GST) a year supports this wonderful community facility and gives your lots of benefits including discounts at local businesses, our Tuesday lunches, monthly gatherings,  workshop/course fees and more. 

Our new members pack is full of information and goodies.
  
If you want to lease an allotment, the  fees are additional ($4 - $8 pw)  and relate to the size you need.

Please note -  current allotment leases not renewed by 31st July will be forfeited and passed on to those on the waiting list.

We can make payment arrangements if that helps.

Contact Jeannette on 0412 322255 for more info or drop into the office weekday mornings.
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