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Sunday, 03 December

20:00

Santa Paws At the Park Markets and Fairs in Brisbane

Sunday 3rd Dec, 9.00am 2.00pm, Norm Price Park - Redland Showgrounds
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Thursday, 23 November

12:14

Vegepods at City Farm Nursery Northey Street City Farm

We are  excited to welcome the addition of Vegepods to the City Farm Nursery! Vegepods make growing food as easy as it can be. They come equipped with a water-storing reservoir at the base and an adjustable shade (and possum) cover. The additional stands and trolleys make it easier to access and maintain your veggies. []

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Wednesday, 22 November

19:09

Bulimba's wildlife surviving in suburbia "IndyWatch Feed Seq"

Small-leaved lilly pilly, INSET: Australasian figbird (male), Bulimba.

A sunny afternoon spent in Bulimba last Thursday afternoon offered up some great encounters with a variety of reptiles, birds and insects.

Parking near the main shopping and dining precinct along Oxford Street, I explored the shady edges of the adjacent Memorial Park first, finding a gravid dark bar-sided skink (Concinnia martini) outside her hideaway in a fig tree hollow.

Little friarbird (Philemon citreogularis), Bulimba.
Elsewhere in the park, a straw-necked ibis (Threskiornis spinicollis) performed free sportsfield maintenance for the community, using its long bill to reach at grubs eating the grass roots.

I then walked down Godwin Street en route to another park, noting a beautiful small-leaved lilly pilly (Syzigium luehmannii) fruiting beside the footpath.
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19:00

Zen Flavours - Sunnybank Espresso & Matcha


Tried out the (not so) newly opened Zen Flavours a couple weeks ago with foodies, Ronnie Lui, Joe K and Tomcat. It was a spur of the moment meeting, and with Tomcat's quick thinking, we found ourselves at the restaurant at 6pm that fateful Friday evening. As the sibling store to Zen Corner, it was conveniently located right next door at Sunnybank Plaza. It was great idea to get there early, as before long all the tables were gone and there was a small wait outside. 



The menu was soon provided, and it consisted of a fair few options. But given the name, they were of course rice dishes as opposed to noodles, wh...

15:39

Propagate Rosemary with Ease (4 min film): Our Permaculture Life, Morag Gamble Our Permaculture Life



Learn how to simply propagate Rosemary- the wonderfully hardy, aromatic and versatile herb. 


Rosemary is one of the most popular herbs grown by gardeners around the world. It is a perennial culinary and medicinal herb - excellent in a dry spot in your garden.

Watch my new short film (4 mins) to find out two simple methods to make many plants from one. 

Do this and you'll never need to buy rosemary again. Taking cuttings from rosemary, and other herbs, is easy and rewarding, and gives you a constant supply.

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11:54

Eating Out: The Green Edge Kittens Gone Lentil

The Green Edge is a Brisbane institution. It was our first vegan grocery store, and it also has a restaurant space offering breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. I stayed away from eating there for a while, because the food was often underwhelming. However there are new owners, and they are doing wonders with it. So many new products, and the food has improved as well! So I have been there quite a bit. Prepare for food photos!

The first time I went back to eat was to have dinner with a friend. I was there early, so I had a Gingerbread Latte while I read my book. It was mild and sweet.

Gingerbread Latte at The Green Edge


When my friend arrived, we ended up twinning for dinner, ordering the same things off the specials board. We started with some pumpkin soup, which was simply amazing. I haven't seen it there since, but I wish it would come back! And we also both tried the mac and cheese. Could be a bit cheesier, but was very yummy and comforting. This pops up on the specials board fairly regularly, so keep an eye out for it!

Pumpkin Soup Special at The Green Edge


Mac and Cheese Special at The Green Edge


For dessert we both had a piece of Black Forest Cake, and I had a turmeric latte. They have several goodies in their bakery case, which are provided by a number of local providers. I am pretty sure the cakes come from Flour or Life. Black Forest is one of my favourite flavours. I wasn't a huge fan of the icing on the top and side of the cake, but that is easily scraped off and the rest was great.

Black Forest Cake and Turmeric Latte at The Green Edge


Another time I had breakfast before the start of a...

Tuesday, 21 November

15:52

Smog of the Sea Film Screening and Discussion on November the 26th at 10am Northey Street City Farm

Our organization is teaming up with the Jack Johnson 2017 Tour and All At Once, a social action network connecting nonprofits with people who want to become active in their local and world community. Visit us at the show! We will be at Jack Johnsons concert in Brisbane on the 3rd of December, 5pm at []

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