The crew at Captain's Creek Organics are just about to harvest the last of the season's veggies: carrots, beets, cabbages, radishes, leeks, onions, silverbeet, and everybody's favourite: weird looking broccoli.
From 1pm to 5pm this coming Wednesday (August 7), at 16 Fourteenth Street Hepburn, you can come and take as many organic veggies as you'd like for a gold coin donation to HRN.
Please note the veggies will be picked on the day, and will be unwashed. Please bring your own boxes/bags.
Many thanks to Serge for growing the veggies, and to Jacques for co-ordinating the picking and sharing.
See you Wednesday arvo!
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Internationally renowned environmental historian Stephen J. Pyne is visiting Castlemaine while on tour in Australia. Professor Pyne will be giving a talk at Phee Broadway Theatre on
Thursday 8th August
6.30pm - 8.30pm
Entitled 'Frenemy Fire: the best of friends, the worst of enemies,' Stephen's talk will draw on his work on the history of fire in Australia and globally, along with his experience as a fire fighter, to discuss how we can best live with fire as a friend, not just an enemy.
Stephen is one of the first authors to explore fire stick farming (indigenous use of fire for shaping the land). Stephen’s stories weave together fire science, fire history and cultures of fire across the ages and across the globe.
This event will provide practical ways that people living in central Victoria can understand fire management as it relates to them.
Stephen is Emeritus Professor at Arizona State University, and a much sought after speaker on fire. You can catch watch his TED Talk for a preview.
You can book tickets at: www.trybooking.com/BEHPH
Tickets are $12 or $10 (concession and Fryerstown residents).
Light supper is included.
Look forward to seeing you there.