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Marilena Stanton
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  • Brisbane, Q
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I am currently involved with the following community gardens and groups:
Hillbrook Anglican School Sustainability Day event
I am interested in:
organic gardening, sustainability issues
My website is:
http://www.hillbrook.qld.edu.au

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At 23:32 on May 11, 2011, Scarlett said…

maybe just stick it up on any available pole/ wall near the loos!

or anywhere else where there might be a queue is good - good to have something to read when you're standing around waiting

At 23:27 on May 11, 2011, Scarlett said…
oh I don't know - anything you think would be appropriate/ workable is fine with me. sorry i can't be more help
At 23:13 on May 11, 2011, Scarlett said…

Marilena here is the updated poster

 

NingFlyer.doc

At 12:48 on July 14, 2009, Rolf Kuelsen said…
I'll be at the Hub meeting this coming Sunday; alternatively, my home address is 65 Armstrong Rd, Cannon Hill 4170. Weather permitting, I'm also planning to be at the Mt Ommaney do tonight.
A soft copy would also be good. cheers, Rolf
At 12:28 on July 14, 2009, Rolf Kuelsen said…
Hi Marilena,
Not all of the community gardens would be linked in to this site.
A useful site is www.growingcommunities.org.au which covers both community gardens and school gardens in SEQ. There's a number of contact points in the 'contact us' tab. cheers, Rolf
ps. We've got a stall at the Morningside Fair on 26 July '09, so we'd be quite happy to have your flyers there to display.
At 8:13 on July 13, 2009, Donna said…
Welcome to Brisbane Local Food!
 
 
 

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