For our August 2017 Garden Visit, we will return to our president, Lyn Buffett's, home. This event will also be Logan Food Gardeners Inc.'s fifth birthday celebration.Both Lyn and Logan Food Gardeners Inc. have achieved SO much in 2017, so our fifth birthday is certainly an occasion for celebration!There is always something new to see in Lyn's garden, so it is worthwhile taking another look, even if you have been before. Lyn's garden is always extremely productive and so it would surprise many…See More
"Apologies for the late notice, I can't attend after all. I'm so disappointed as I'm really keen to find out more about bio cha and soldier fly following on from the last visit to Frank's place. Unfortunately my disabled husband…"
Soldier Fly + Bio Char Demo[RSVP very important for this event as we need to have the equipment for you]KIDS WARNING: The bio char demonstration reaches temps over 700 degrees. Keep your kids close to you at all times.Frank will have the Bio Cha maker cranked up on highLyn will do a workshop on Soldier Fly, what you need and why.RSVP - please RSVP so that we know you are coming and we can contact you if the event is cancelled.Parking - Plenty of off street parkingPlease bring:$3 - $5a plate…See More
The worm farm is working & Frank and Marion are happy to share how to make your worms ecstatically happy. Frank also has a wealth of knowledge around what to put on your soil to make it mega happy.What to bring:a small plate of morning tea to shareyour own cup or muga folding chair to enjoy morning tea in comfort.There will be a contribution box at the event. A contribution of between $2 and $5 per person helps Logan Food Gardeners to cover its costs.RSVP - please RSVP so that we know you…See More
The January Garden visit and Free-be's table will be held at the fabulous property belonging to Sandra and Ivan Reynolds. Free-be's Table: Bring surplus from your garden, lets make January the month for giving.Sandra and Ivan live on an eleven acre property at Logan Reserve. Half the property is natural bushland and most of the rest is growing South African Proteas. This is what they have to say about their proberty:We have worked hard to build up the soil for the vegie garden as the natural…See More
Francois is on an acre and a half, he has gardens, fruit trees, and believes in permaculture principles. He used to supply lillies commercially and has many ponds that he keeps fish, frogs, water lillies and many other water species. Please wear enclosed footwear, and be mindful of snakes, they are friendly. Parking is available in the driveway and on the street. There is an undercover area if weather is an issue, the event will still go ahead.What to bring:a small plate of morning tea to…See More
Frank and Marion have a well established garden. Recently they were inspired to create a straw bail garden after attending Chris's place earlier in the year.As we speak Frank is designing a Aquaponics system or in Franks words.. " we have just thrown some freebee fish into our water tank (pool) and if we ever get it up & running it will be called, may be, "Aquaponics" or something like that."He hopes it to be functional for the Wedgie Garden Visit.Parking is on site. Frank and Marion are…See More
For our August 2016 Garden Visit, we will return to our president, Lyn Buffett's, home. This event will also be Logan Food Gardeners Inc.'s fifth birthday celebration.Both Lyn and Logan Food Gardeners Inc. have achieved SO much in 2016, so our fifth birthday is certainly an occasion for celebration!There is always something new to see in Lyn's garden, so it is worthwhile taking another look, even if you have been before. Lyn's garden is always extremely productive and so it would surprise many…See More
Crop Swap & Permaculture, the next stepIn February we visited Kerrie Mercels permaculture property and saw the beginning of her food forest. LFG members Joanne Young and Chris Downes are hosting a crop swap and permaculture education session at their Logan Reserve property on the Logan River, named ‘Tumbling Downs”.The property is approximately 7 acres, with a large dam and cooling breezes in the afternoon off the river.Crop Swap 10am - 11amPlease bring your excess home grown produce or…See More
Come and join us at Sue and Wayne's riverside property for an interesting and unique garden visit.Sue loves tending to her tropical courtyard garden that is full of colourful geraniums, ferns, succulents, cactus and more.Meanwhile, Wayne's passion is growing fruit and vegetables for the table as well as tending ducks for eggs and for meat.The property is a narrow 1/2 acre block that slopes steeply down to the Logan River. Several terraces give lots of space for food crops in the middle of the…See More
The March Crop Swap will be held at Clairs place in Kingston.Come along and get yourself some healthy home grown food. You can trade what you have or buy what you want with cash. During the trading you can join us for a cuppa and a chat. Crop Swaps are great for trading surplus and sharing with others how you use your produce. Parking: is to be on site following the signs and there is plenty of room.What you need to know:You will be trading your home grown produce directly with each other.…See More
"I tried a small cage trap and caught 4 smallish rats in one go! My big mistake was to keep a sturdy plastic bin in the shed containing a bag of sunflower seeds for giving to the chooks for an occasional treat. The rats chewed a…"
I'm new to Queensland, so I'm still learning how to garden in a sub-tropical region. Much more rewarding than gardening in Melbourne!
I keep chooks for eggs, entertainment and lots of lovely chook manure for my vegie gardens. I have raised beds and fruit trees in pots as our soil in Jimboomba is just like concrete. I have been keeping worm farms for many years to help feed my vegies.
I have been a weaver, spinner and eco-dyer for many years and now I am retired I'm able to spend more time on these pursuits, as well as my garden. I exhibit my work every year at various venues during the Scenic Rim Open Studios and also at Beaudesert Arts and Information Centre. I'm a member of the Tamborine Mountain Weavers, Southside Spinners and Weavers group, and the Queensland Spinners, Weavers & Fibre Artists.
Skills and/or knowledge I would like to share
I am happy to share information on spinning and weaving groups in the area, but I definitely do not teach.
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