Just a wee heads-up that a most encouraging initiative is being launched in Sydney this coming Saturday 6th Feb. Namely CarriageWorks’ Kitchen Garden Project. Another nudge in the direction of local food security. Huzzah!
If you’re a Sydneysider you’re probably already familiar with CarriageWorks’ Saturday farmer’s market, which has a darn fine range of yummy regional produce and is fast becoming the biggest farmers market in Sydney. With this Kitchen Garden Project, CarriageWorks are pushing the notion of ‘creative sustainability’ through a series of events and workshops which I hope will result in more kitchen gardens outside (or inside) more local kitchens.
The launch on Saturday includes talks and stalls from 1pm after the farmers’ market and will generally be good fun and a chance to talk about important things like how to grow stuff where you live and the finer points of how to make Kale tasty (there is a way!).
The whole Milkwood family will be there with our bicycle-powered seed ball machine, a bunch of great books on Permaculture and urban farming, Permaculture course information, and many little brown paper bags containing stealth salad seed balls, for you to take away and try a bit of guerilla gardening on your home turf.
Come by and say hello!