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Mullum Community Garden is a community group for organic gardening, composting, water conservation and energy efficiency.

Address Southern end of Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, 2482
Coordinator: Jeannette Martin
Phone: 0412 32 2255
Postal: PO Box 149, Mullumbimby 2482
Email: info@sharacommunitygardens.org
Website http://mullumbimbycommunitygardens.org/

Mullumbimby Community Garden (MCG) is a not for profit, community based project of Mullum S.E.E.D. (Mullumbimby Sustainability Education and Enterprise Development incorporated)

Mullumbimby Community Garden lies on 5 hectares of lush Bundjalung country in Northern NSW. We acknowledge and respect the past and present custodians of this rich and fertile land.
 

Living Earth Festival

 

The Living Community Festival

When: 10am – 6pm Sunday 7th September 2014
Where: Mullumbimby Community Gardens

Mullum Community Garden Living Community Festival

Mullum Community Garden Living Community Festival

Enriching fun and learning for all, workshops will be presented in Permaculture, Biodynamics, Biochar and Sustainable Technologies; whilst the local food, arts and crafts market delivers the quintessential Northern Rivers experience.

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Hope to see you at our next Gathering Saturday 25th August 10-1 - yummy lunch provided.

 

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VOLUNTEER VACANCY – ALLOTMENT MANAGER

After many years of invaluable service to Mullum Community Garden, our much loved Sue Disney has retired as Allotment Manager. While she will continue as a life member and allotment holder, and so will still be found around in the garden, we do need to find someone who can volunteer to take on the role of Allotment Manager with the level of cheer, compassion and organisation that we have appreciated from her.

The objectives of the role are:
• To be the point of contact for new and existing allotment members.
• To oversee the management and maintenance of allotments;
• To maintain allotment member records;
• To promote allotment vacancies to the wider community and/or co-ordinate the allotment waiting list;
• To encourage social interactions between allotment members.

If you can be available to meet prospective new members by appointment and commit to at least one morning per week to manage the administration of the allotments, please contact me ASAP
Jeannette 0412322255

For a full position description flier email admin@mullumbimbycommunitygardens.org
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Our bounty❤️ The Tuesday lunch crew preparing for our weekly community lunch at 1pm
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Our Mullumbimbees beekeeping group has been shortlisted as a Flow Hive POLLINATOR SUPPORT PROGRAM !

Jump to the website and vote for "Project 10: Habitat for Homes"

beeee quick - voting closes 14 August 2018.
www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program

"The aim of our project is to create a safe habitat for pollinators at our Mullumbimby Community Garden. We will create an inspiring educational facility to support and showcase the importance of beneficial insects. We will build many different structures for pollinator homes using natural materials and specific techniques to cater for the diverse range of inhabitants.
We will install native bee hives and a Kenyan Top Bar Hive for natural beekeeping practice. The project will include: 10 x Community Planting days, 4 x Workshops - beekeeping, planting nectar gardens and habitat, beneficial insects and Integrated Pest Management. Educational speakers- Tim Heard (native bee keeper), Adrian Lodice (natural beekeeping), Angelica Cameron (entomologist), Alanda young (horticulturist). 10 x Local bee group meetings and have School groups- planting flowers, making insect homes, learning about all the different types of pollinators. Our hope is to be able to invite inspirational educational speakers to discuss the big role these little creatures play and how we can help support them. It's easy and fun!

VOTE NOW : www.honeyflow.com.au/pages/pollinator-support-program-shortlist

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