HARVESTING WHAT WE SOW
Adaptation ● Food Security ● Resilience
Ecocentre Griffith University & Buranda State School
3-4 June 2013
A unique two-day professional development seminar for educators, community groups, parents and individuals from across Australia interested in garden-based education.
Expand your senses with a diversity of presentations, discussion panels, hands-on workshops and activities exploring school gardens and a sustainable future. Learn the essentials of setting up a garden, building your soils, planting and creating abundance in your school.
Meet other school gardens practitioners, share your story and be part of the national discussion on school gardens around the country.
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• Gardening in Remote Areas
• Ditch the Chemist, Grow your own!
• Accommodation for LITGNS
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Day 1: Ecocentre, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Road, NATHAN QLD 4111
Day 2: Buranda State School, Cowley Street, BURANDA QLD 4102
To view who will be presenting on which day, see our draft program.
University of QLD
Victoria School Gardens Awards, VIC
Stephanie Alexander Foundation, QLD
Remote Indigenous Gardens Network Australia, NSW
Foodweb Education, VIC
Aaron Sorensen & Dan Deighton
Living Classroom Program, NSW
+ more to be confirmed
If your organisation is interested in having a stall at the 2-day seminar (or if your organisation would like to include promotional material in the take-home bags), please use the Stallholder Form, which includes all necessary information.
Thanks to the LITGNS Sponsors
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