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Brisbane Multicultural Edible Gardeners (BMEG)


Brisbane Multicultural Edible Gardeners (BMEG)

Welcome, الترحيب, 欢迎, Welkom, Bienvenue, Willkommen, Chào Mừng, Καλως ηλθατε, Benvenuti, ようこそ, 오신 것을 환영합니다, Bem-vindo, بهخێر بێن, Добро пожаловать, Bienvenido ... to Brisbane Multicultural Edible Gardeners (BMEG).

BMEG is all about celebrating the rich multicultural edible gardening community in and around Brisbane. If your specific cultural background is or has been a strong influence in your life, or you've lived overseas, shaping your food growing education, attitudes and practices, you’re going to love BMEG!

Please spread the word!

Brisbane boasts a very diverse multicultural community. Did you know that Brisbane is now the second fastest growing multicultural city in the world? That title makes for some amazing cultures sharing their food growing and culinary traditions, info, skills, knowledge, events, produce and networking with us all.

Whether you were born in Australia or not, and whether you arrived over 50 years ago or just recently, this group is a fun place to share your rich food growing heritage with us, in Australia or your original country. Australia was built on multiculturalism and there’s so much to learn and share about our countries of origin.

All edible gardeners, food growers, urban farmers, organic and biodynamic practitioners, permaculturists and natural gardeners welcome.

Welcome and enjoy!

Location: Brisbane
Members: 8
Latest Activity: Sep 12, 2017

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Comment by Prem Akhil on January 10, 2017 at 16:14

Namaste. I look forward to sharing different cultural knowledge with other members. 


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