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When Costa visited Eagle Ridge Permaculture for a tour as part of promoting the Central Coast Edible Garden Trail, amongst the joyful photos, Thea spotted something delicious and knew we had to ask Sandi for the recipe(s)
Thea, our newsletter editor, shares 5 tips about how to make the best out of the Matcham Holgate Produce Share.
Meg McGowan chats with lovely radio host, Scott Levi, on ABC Central Coast about the importance of supporting our local farmers.
Following the success of Edible Garden Trails in other regions, on 19-20 November 2022 the Central Coast will enjoy its very first Central Coast Edible Garden Trail.
After a successful permablitz at Bateau Bay Community Garden, we have 3 other blitz events scheduled for September and October.
For the last year and a half I was your secretary and occasional mushroom talk lady and I have stepped into very big shoes to try and fill the presidential vacancy for PCC
Our recent AGM featured mulled wine, a popular winter drink in colder parts of the world that is also a great way to use up less-than-impressive red wine.
Making good choices matters. Buying less, buying organic, buying local, and most of all, NOT buying what we don’t need, but avoiding all contaminants is impossible.
New directory with permaculture-related businesses and volunteer organisations on the Central Coast. Free listing for a limited time.