Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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Join the kids making history to stop climate damage

[ Friday, 15 Mar; 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm. ] This is one of those moments when you can feel history being made. On Friday 15 March, thousands of kids across Australia will strike from school to demand our government take urgent action to stop climate damage. They’re part of a global movement of young people speaking truth to power and showing what’s at stake if we […] full article »

Join the kids making history to stop climate damage

This Valentine’s Day — Speak to the trees

[ Thursday, 14 Feb; 1:00 pm; ] Valentine’s day is coming up! Let’s show the trees on campus some love 1pm Ingrid Moses courtyard on Thursday – love letters to the trees. All UNE staff are welcome to come along. This event coincides with the grounding story conference on campus this week. You are invited to listen, write and read: love letters to […] full article »

This Valentine’s Day — Speak to the trees

An Artist, Farmer, Scientist and Planner Walk into A Bar

[ Friday, 15 Feb; 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. ] Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation Roundtable Oorala lecture theatre, UNE, from 11.30am-12.30pm on Friday 15th February. The Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation was formed as an art cooperative in 2016 to support projects that aim to achieve cultural change in the world. As an entity that has its origins in a fictional depiction of Kandos’ post-industrial evolution, […] full article »

An Artist, Farmer, Scientist and Planner Walk into A Bar

Climate Matters: Reducing Waste One Bag at a Time

Much of what we eat and drink comes in some kind of plastic packaging.It is estimated one million, single use, plastic bags are used worldwide every minute amounting to a staggering 3.5 million tons of waste per year. Recycling is once again in the spotlight with China recently deciding to no longer accept imports of […] full article »

Climate Matters: Reducing Waste One Bag at a Time

Grounding Story Conference

[ Wednesday, 13 Feb to Friday, 15 Feb. ] 7th Biennial Association for the Study of Literature, Environment and Culture Conference We explore how the stuff of the world weaves itself into story, & how story can materially transform the world & asks what do we want these stories to do? Hosted by English Literary Studies (Faculty of Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences & Education) When: Wednesday […] full article »

Grounding Story Conference

Final Community Investment Information Sessions for Sapphire Wind Farm

[ Thursday, 28 Feb; 6:00 pm; ] We now have over 100 investors on the DomaCom platform. Many thanks to those who have acted so quickly. We know many of you are keen to see the detailed investment offer – the Supplementary Product Disclosure Statement (SPDS). This will be released late in February and we will also bring printed copies to the […] full article »

Final Community Investment Information Sessions for Sapphire Wind Farm

February Forum: Council’s Sustainability Projects

[ Thursday, 7 Feb; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] The First SLA forum for 2019 is on Thursday, 7 February at 7pm at Kent House, opposite Central Park on Faulkner Street. We are fortunate in two ways, Council has finally appointed a new Sustainability officer, Sally Thorsteinsson and she has agreed to come an speak about her role and some of the projects she […] full article »

February Forum: Council’s Sustainability Projects

What a Waste Forum: The Challenge of Food Loss & Waste

[ Wednesday, 6 Feb; 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. ] A global town hall meeting to advance, demonstrate, network and act Lunch & refreshments provided Wednesday 6 February 2019, 8am-4pm, Armidale Town Hall Goals Advance measurement of food loss and food waste, so what gets measured can be managed Demonstrate current project success Network to share expertise and technology for local, national and global impact Act by identifying projects for […] full article »

What a Waste Forum: The Challenge of Food Loss & Waste

National Sustainable Living Festival 1–28 FEB

Australia’s longest running and largest sustainability festival hits the streets in 2019 for its 20th year. This iconic, national platform showcases sustainability leaders and innovators with cutting edge solutions to an ever-growing audience. Disruptions for sustainability are happening right now all around the world – whether it’s the explosion in clean energy uptake, the surge of […] full article »

National Sustainable Living Festival 1–28 FEB

Armidale Urban Rivercare Sunday Sessions

[ Sunday, 10 Mar; 8:30 am; 8:30 am; Sunday, 14 Apr; 8:30 am; Sunday, 12 May; 8:30 am; Sunday, 11 Aug; 8:30 am; Sunday, 8 Sep; 8:30 am; Sunday, 13 Oct; 8:30 am; Sunday, 10 Nov; 8:30 am; Sunday, 8 Dec; 8:30 am; ] Commencing Sunday 9 September — Armidale Urban Rivercare (AURG) Sunday Sessions will be held on the second Sunday of each month. Time: 8:30am Location: Somewhere along Dumaresq Creek — Join the AURG mailing list for details of each session. What to bring: BYO long sleeved shirt, long pants and sturdy boots. Please also bring gloves, broad brim […] full article »

Armidale Urban Rivercare Sunday Sessions

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