Thursday, 15 November, 2012 from 7pm
PERMACULTURE NOOSA presents
Frances Michaels (Green Harvest)
“Keeping the soil alive and healthy through the wet season”
Frances Michaels is a horticulturist who taught Permaculture for many years, with the aim of giving people the tools go grow healthy organic food. Frances and her partner Jeff are the owners of Green Harvest Organic Garden Supplies, a family owned and operated Australian mail order business based in Maleny.
Frances is passionate about soil health, and she will be focusing specifically on soils and the wet season.
“Using local native plants in school, community and permaculture gardens.”
Stephanie is the author of the local field guide “Noosa’s Native Plants” and its accompanying website www.noosasnativeplants.com.au. She works with the Noosa Integrated Catchment Association (NICA) on projects that raise awareness about our local native flora and its importance as food and shelter for local wildlife. She also writes a fortnightly column “Noosa’s Native Plants” in the Noosa News and is a member of Noosa and District Landcare.
Come along and hear from Stephanie which native plants are best to use in your garden.
Permaculture Noosa meetings are FREE and open to the public. Beginning at 7pm with a Marketplace (where members sell their produce or homemade products), the guest speakers start at 7.30pm and supper (gold coin donation) will be served at 9pm.
Permaculture Noosa meeting - Frances Michaels (Green Harvest) & Stephanie Haslam
Memorial Hall, Maple Street, Cooroy, (Next to the RSL)
Thursday, 15 November, 2012
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Memorial Hall, Maple street, Cooroy
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