Home Grown Garden Tour Map
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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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Weathering Everything: Mini-Symposium

[ Tuesday, 3 Mar; 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Wednesday, 4 Mar; 7:30 am to 9:00 am. 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. ] With Dr Astrida Neimanis (USYD), Tessa Zettel (Artist-Researcher), and Dr Jennifer Hamilton (UNE) Events: Tuesday, March 3: 5pm for 5.00-7pm – Public Lecture: Dr Astrida Neimanis “We are all bodies of water; we are always weathering” at Oorala Lecture Theatre, University of New England, Armidale Campus. Wednesday, March 4: 7.30am-9am – Community Weathering Station Breakfast, Lake Madgwick UNE Armidale Campus Wednesday, […] full article »

Weathering Everything: Mini-Symposium

2020 Home Grown Garden Tour SAT 29 FEB

[ Saturday, 1 Feb 10:00 am to Saturday, 29 Feb 4:00 pm. Sunday, 1 Mar; 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. ] It’s on again! Home Grown Garden Tour (Survivor 9th Edition) from SAT 29 FEB to SUN 1 MARCH 2020 All gardens are located within the town boundary, and it only costs $5 if you go by bike and $20 per car, so bring some friends along. Meet other gardeners, pick up tips, get inspired! Maps with all the info are […] full article »

2020 Home Grown Garden Tour SAT 29 FEB

March Forum: David Carr on protecting New England koalas

[ Thursday, 5 Mar; 7:00 pm; 7:00 pm; ] Even before the severe drought and bushfires of last year koalas were recognised under NSW and Commonwealth legislation as threatened species. On the coast koalas are threatened by habitat loss from urban development and are killed in large numbers by dogs and cars. Inland populations have been declining rapidly because of land clearing, drought and extreme […] full article »

March Forum: David Carr on protecting New England koalas

‘Against Our Oath’ film screening

[ Wednesday, 4 Mar; 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ]   Armidale Sanctuary and Armidale Rural Australian for Refugees (ARAR) are having a fundraiser screening of the new Australian documentary “AGAINST OUR OATH” “Ethical conflicts erupt for doctors as the Australian Government overrides their clinical decisions made for refugee patients. If doctors cannot follow their medical ethics, what will happen to their patients?” [embed width="520"]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mS9KaSHs_Uw[/embed] Date: Wednesday 4th March […] full article »

‘Against Our Oath’ film screening

Help Council Tackle the Climate Emergency!

Armidale Regional Council (ARC) would like residents who wish to help Council tackle the Climate Emergency to express their interest in joining a working group of the Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee. Climate Emergency Working Group — Terms of Reference & Expressions of Interest PDF The recent unprecedented drought and bushfires were devastating. They demonstrate the urgent need for […] full article »

Help Council Tackle the Climate Emergency!

Climate Action Armidale planning workshop final report back

Thanks to everyone who helped put this timeline together – if you have items that should be included, reply here and let us know. 2019 Greta Thunberg inspires many young people around the world July – Dale Curtis started an online ‘Climate Emergency’ Petition to Armidale Regional Council Facebook group started – Climate Action Armidale Member report – “answered a call […] full article »

Climate Action Armidale planning workshop final report back

Update from the climate frontlines

The climate is heating up around Australia, with drought and bushfires ravaging the country. Climate action is heating up too, responding to the emergency with protests continuing from city streets to mine sites. The clampdown from the government and mining industry is rising with the temperature as well – Queensland’s lock-on laws have been rushed […] full article »

Update from the climate frontlines

Climate Matters: Education for sustainability begins in early childhood

When I mention my work in early childhood education for sustainability, invariably there are puzzled looks. Typically questions arise about how you can do that with young children, sustainability is too abstract and the topic is too dire. This article is about setting the record straight and arguing why young children must be involved and […] full article »

National Climate Emergency Summit Melbourne 14 15 Feb — Live stream available register by 13 Feb

[ Thursday, 13 Feb; 11:00 pm; ] Virtual Tickets to the National Climate Emergency Summit are now available – book for access to the Summit Live Stream https://climateemergencysummit.org/live/ In the interest of sharing the information and outcomes from the Summit as widely as possible, we are pleased to announce that all Main Stage Summit Sessions will be live streamed. Links to the Summit Live Stream […] full article »

National Climate Emergency Summit Melbourne 14 15 Feb — Live stream available register by 13 Feb

Uralla RFS Fundraiser at Little Birdy

[ Saturday, 15 Feb; 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ] Please support this very worthy cause. Our firefighters deserve all the help we can give them and this will be an amazing day. Seven bands for the price of one, great food and drink and fun for all the family at Uralla newest exciting venue: Fovndlings The Altones Tangled Weed (Kempsey) Sons of Autumn The […] full article »

Uralla RFS Fundraiser at Little Birdy

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