Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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The SLA Transport Group is here to promote clean and green transport as part of our transition to a sustainable future.

We aim to raise awareness, encourage innovative transport alternatives and help break down barriers to a more sustainable transport environment than the dominant petroleum-driven approach.

Transport emissions are the most rapidly growing source of atmospheric carbon dioxide – primarily due to ever-increasing levels of car ownership and use.

Couple this with dwindling oil reserves and we have a very significant problem – particularly with Australia being so heavily reliant on fossil fuels. Positive solutions must be implemented in wealthy nations like Australia to positively influence the governments and consumers of places like China and India to reduce the global impact of climate change now and into the future. Local communities like Armidale have a big role in making this happen!

Convenor: Tom Fisher

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Electric Vehicle Expo 2018 in Inverell

Electric Vehicle Expo 2018 in Inverell

[ Friday, 4 May to Sunday, 6 May. ] “Gathering of the Geeks” Electric Vehicles Expo Where: National Transport Museum Inverell NSW 2360 When: 4th to 6th May 2018 [embed width="520"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pY65V5uDEM8[/embed] Visit the New England in Autumn for the first Electric Vehicle Expo and Motor Show held over 3 days and 3 Shires. The National Transport Museum is the largest in New England (4000m2 under one […] full article »

Video: Groningen — the world’s cycling city

Groningen decided in the 1970s to enact policies to make it easier to walk and bike, and discourage the use of cars in the city centre. By pedestrianising some streets, building cycle tracks everywhere, and creating a unique transportation circulation pattern that prohibits vehicles from cutting through the city, Groningen actually made the bicycle — […] full article »