Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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Forums are held at 7pm on the first Thursday of every month (except January) at Kent House, 141 Faulkner St, Armidale (opp. Central Park). Entry by gold coin donation.

We aim to have a guest speaker or show an interesting film. The gatherings have proved quite popular with topics ranging from Solar Hot Water practicalities, electric vehicles, a glimpse at local food production past, present and future and films such as Australia Pumping Empty and Power of Community, both about peak oil and its likely consequences.

All welcome.

Follow up to October Forum: Behaviour Modification

Follow up to October Forum: Behaviour Modification

Here is an outline of the presentation last night and three web sites relevant to John Malouff’s talk. To save paper, John decided not to distribute the materials in person. Difficulties in changing human behaviour Humans are habitual Behaviours compete Behaviour causes are complex, including: values, motivations, thoughts, emotions, siuations Best bets for change Your own behaviours Behaviour of your children or […] full article »

October forum: Using Methods of Behaviour-Modification to Increase Pro-Environment Actions

October forum: Using Methods of Behaviour-Modification to Increase Pro-Environment Actions

[ Thursday, 5 Oct; 7:00 pm; ] Associate Professor John Malouff from the University of New England’s School of Behavioural, Cognitive and Social Sciences will talk about how to use behaviour-modification methods to increase pro-environment actions in individuals and communities. The methods include prompting, modeling, personal-goal engagement, self-efficacy enhancement, rehearsal, feedback, and reinforcement. The forum, like all SLA forums, will be held at […] full article »