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Big private room in GREEN house. Gardener wanted!

Started this discussion. Last reply by gabrielle austerberry Jan 15, 2015. 3 Replies

We, in a big beautiful house in Tarragindi/ border Annerley are seeking a 4th roommate , mature in emotion but any age is ok. We have a big yard, many natives, 4 mango trees and 7 good garden beds…Continue

ripe near me ap for SHARING YOUR HARVEST and crowd funding

Started this discussion. Last reply by Farina Murray Jun 24, 2014. 2 Replies

Just passing this on from Lynn, Logan Food Gardeners. Great idea!!A few weeks ago I met Alistair, one of the founders of , at an event in South Brisbane. RipeNearMe is a new Australian based website…Continue

Tags: locally, harvest, share

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lissa Feb 18, 2014. 13 Replies

This website is the story of a youngish couple with talents and creativity, turning their rental 1 bedroom apartment in NEW FARM into an amazing food growing factory and sustainablility hub while…Continue

Tags: vegetables, cooking, wicking, urban, rental


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About me:
I am currently involved with the following community gardens and groups:
Transition Annerley,
Ecodigs, creating sustainable community living in the city
Logan Can = a group that promotes community gardens +++ around Logan (1000 km sq) auspiced by LACA
I am interested in:
Gardening for social justice and combating poverty
Creating a mix between cohousing and ecovillage in the city, 5-10 km out of centre on the south side.
Creating food security for low social economic areas and groups
My website is:

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What can we do to prosper?

Posted on June 22, 2014 at 20:38 2 Comments

is a crash course and very eloquent combination of all that is happening in Economy, Energy and Environment. It alos aske the question of how, in stead of perpetual growth, we can prosper: instead of constantly taking more, how can we be happy with having enough? Build resilience, build community, learn skills as per …


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At 13:43 on March 28, 2011, Scarlett said…

thankyou for letting me know!

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At 17:20 on December 8, 2010, Donna said…
Welcome back then Gabrielle!
At 1:04 on December 8, 2010, Elaine de Saxe said…
Just discovered the website you quote is not available for reading of content unless I'm a member. A bit odd that, just not willing to sign up to something without any idea whatever of what it's about!
At 12:21 on December 7, 2010, Donna said…
Welcome to Brisbane Local Food, happy gardening!


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