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Canberra’s First Sustainable Food Event 17th November 2020

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Food in the Capital: Canberra’s First Ever Sustainable Food Event 17th November 2020,
18 May 2021, 16 November 2021

This three day program running over the next 12 months will feature over 95 speakers from around the globe. They will discuss the latest innovations in rural and urban farming, together with practical solutions to food production, transport and sales. The event will initiate the building of a unique city region agrifood initiative. Online and in person  Buy your ticket




26th November: Rotarians for Bees have teamed up with Costa Georgiadis (ABC Gardening Presenter), and Fiona Chambers (CEO Wheen Bee Foundation) for an online webinarTHE BEST  way to make your garden, balcony, patio, pots or rural landscape an oasis for diverse pollinators.
Working with purpose in your own backyard, you can contribute to vital pollination pathways across Australia.
Book here

Good reads: Inspiring children’s books from ACT Library which worth buying for gifts.

Tree BeingsRaymond Huber and Sandra Severgnini
Trees are tall, strong, ancient, and easily thought of as silent statues. Tree Beings challenges this perception, instead celebrating trees as our best allies in the fight to slow down climate change. In exploring this, it centres around four big ideas: trees give life to the planet, trees can help save us from climate change, trees are like beings, and trees need our help and protection. In a vibrant combination of illustrations and text, it blends true stories and science to explain how trees are essential to our world.
Learn to cherish our connection to trees, not as silent statues, but as beings that enrich the whole planet.

The Forest in the Tree: How Fungi Shape the EarthAviva ReedGregory CrocettiBriony BarrAilsa Wild 
This is a story about trees and fungi connected through a ‘wood wide web’ – told by one tiny fungal spore. A little fungus meets a baby cacao tree and they learn to feed each other. They cooperate with a forest of plants and a metropolis of microbes in the soil.

Earth Heroes: Twenty Inspiring Stories of People Saving Our WorldLily Dyu
When faced with climate change, the biggest threat that our planet has ever confronted, it’s easy to feel as if nothing you do can really make a difference . . . but this book proves that individual people can change the world.

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  1. Karon Cumner says:

    What a great idea look forward to reading more about this.

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