Looking to start worm farm again - killed my old lot from neglect but have started getting back into garden and doing a homeschool unit with my boys on sustainable living so if anyone has any I would…Continue
Started by Lee in Logan Food Gardeners and Local events and happenings Jul 2, 2018. 0 Replies 0 Likes
We are looking for gardens to visit next year - 2019 - it's not that far away We'd like to have some visits on Saturday's as some people can't make it on a Sunday. We'd love to see the way people are…Continue
Started by Mary Perryn in Logan Food Gardeners and Local events and happenings Jun 3, 2018. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Hi all,Here are the 2018 AGM and General meeting minutes and financial reports.Mary SecretaryLogan Food Gardeners Inc…Continue
Did you realise that LCC is spending something like $1 million per year of your rate money on destroying what little remains of our carbon sink, (forestry) to produce this completely non-recyclable landfill. Yes, it's the 'Our Logan' magazine that I'm speaking of.
Those of you who attended the Logan Eco Forum event last month (which was the forum you're having when you're not having a forum), will have heard the key speaker Jon Dee of jondee.com Planet Ark founder fame, who was flown…Continue
A few of you have asked me if I'd be having a garden visit at my place again and I've had to say no, sorry.
If you watch the attached link to my video, you will see what would happen if I had visitors, when this is what I have been forced to endure for 4 years now. If the dog owner is not at home, this is what happens if the dog is aware that I have had the temerity to be in my own garden.…Continue
I'm surprised to find it possible and so easy to do. Although I already have 2 coconut palms in my garden, I'm in the process of growing another as they take up little room and are likely to produce so much food. The video shows a plastic zip bag as a main feature, but what I did is use a tight fitting lidded plastic bucket. After the initial 2 day soak, I marked the top of…Continue