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Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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Energy

Our goal is to reduce local energy use and move toward 100% renewable energy in New England–wind, solar, micro-hydro…

The Energy Group meets  the first Friday of each month: 1:00pm at the Southern New England Landcare, Suite 10 Hanna’s Arcade, 128 Beardy Street Armidale. Note: the December, 2017 meeting will  the the second Friday, December 8th.

Everyone is welcome.

Our group needs new Energy! Join us and help shape our policies and actions toward cutting energy use and hence greenhouse gas emissions in New England.

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Nature, Climate Change and Renewables to headline State Conference in Armidale

Nature, Climate Change and Renewables to headline State Conference in Armidale

[ Saturday, 4 Jun to Sunday, 5 Jun. ] As perhaps the most critical issues of our time, nature, climate change and renewables will be the focus of the Regional Conference of the Nature Conservation Council of NSW (NCC), to be held on the weekend of June 4–5. The 2022 Conference at Echidna Gully, on the edge of spectacular Metz Gorge east of Armidale, is [...] full article »

Presentation: Solar farm learnings — building a renewable energy UNE campus

Presentation: Solar farm learnings — building a renewable energy UNE campus

[ Tuesday, 24 May; 5:30 pm; ] The solar farm project commenced in 2016. It is a cornerstone of UNE’s substantial commitment to renewable energy, but just one in a series of UNE sustainability projects. Along the way to becoming a 100% ‘renewables’ campus, there are many learning opportunities (including around Cultural Heritage, the environment, and our community) – opportunities that are being [...] full article »