If you missed Colin's native bee hive honey robbing event, then come along to this one at our place. You will get to see how easy it is to rob a hive and there is sure to be native bee honey for you to taste.If all is well, we will look at splitting the hive into two, as we have another box prepared.The street is currently blocked at Blackthorn, but there are many more ways to get here. Check out the Google map (link above).Bring along something to share for morning tea.See More
"I'd love to be involved. I have eggs and herbs currently. Veg garden is coming along nicely. I had suggested it for our school but there's not enough interest there. I'm sure Green Dean will give us a hand setting up."
"Are you interested in rescue hens at all? I'm looking at being a foster carer for rescued hens from the KFC project. They would be Isa browns.....
You could contact Green Dean directly if you want, I know he can get some absolutely…"
Come along for a tour of the community garden, followed by lunch (supplied).The St. Paul's School Community Partnerships Program has a multipurpose Community and School Garden to promote community connectedness and sustainability. There are many spaces for Gardening, which are accessed by many different people. Our Infrastructure includes:10x Class Garden Bed spaces 9x Individual Garden Plots for local families to grow their own foodChicken Space and shelter with laying hensComposting…See More
Our August Garden Visit will be at Jo Smith's place in Jimboomba. Jo has said this about the visit:I'm looking forward to welcoming you to our property for the August garden visit. We have 6 acres with a couple of sheep (Dorper ewes and Wiltshire ram), a couple of chooks and a large vegie garden based on Linda Woodrow's book The Permaculture Home Garden (visit Linda's blog…See More
"Have you tried the yellow bucket trick? You 'plant' a yellow bucket in the veg patch. Just leave a bit sticking out. The grasshoppers arw attracted to the colour and jump in but they can't climb back out. Then take your special…"