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DIY Vertical Gardening Workshop

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DIY Vertical Gardening Workshop

Time: August 20, 2016 from 10pm to 11:30pm
Location: Logan Hyperdome Library, Meeting Room Combined
Street: 66 - 70 Mandew Street
City/Town: Shailer Park
Website or Map:…
Phone: 07 3412 4120
Event Type: free, presentation
Organized By: Logan Hyperdome Library
Latest Activity: Aug 15, 2016

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Learn how to create your own vertical masterpiece from recycled and natural materials with gardening guru, Shane Sadkowsky.
Shane is a passionate gardener and owner/operator of Akeko Vertical Gardens, specialising in designing vertical gardens made from recycled and natural materials such as pallets and coconut shells. As Griffith University alumni, with qualifications in education for sustainability, Shane has been researching how vertical gardening can play a major role in helping to create future sustainable cities. He also spends his time as a Project Coordinator for Data Scientists and is President of The Inspiration Garden, a permaculture nursery and community garden.
Info and Registration: Logan Hyperdome Library
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