We are excited to be running this fun and interactive one-day workshop for teenagers which will cover what to do in an emergency in the bush, how to manage survival situations and, crucially, how to not get into an emergency situation in the first place! It won’t be all talk though, there will be practical […]
Get growing in your garden, mind and body with a series of 8 workshops led by Northey Street City Farm experts. Weekly topics including Living lightly (Reduce your footprint), Microgardening and companion planting, Bush Tucker, Compost in the City and much more. Book in for one session or commit to all 8 to turbo-charge your sustainability […]
Monthly Program for homeschoolers: One-off sessions. Second Friday of the month: September – November Spring School Holiday Program: September 25th to 29th NSCF Earth Kids programs are about supporting kids to become ‘nature smart’ – to have the knowledge, understandings and skills to engage in creating a more sustainable world – in a fun and interactive way. […]
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By Lydia Blocksidge, City Farm Nursery Co-ordinator Have you heard the term garden guild or guilding before? If you have, it’s probably been used in the context of agro-forestry and forest gardening, as this is where the concept is most commonly applied. Guilding is a Permaculture technique that recognizes the relationships in nature, especially in […]
Northey Street City Farm produces a FREE monthly E-Newsletter to let everyone know what is happening at the farm. You can subscribe HERE. To read our E-News for July CLICK HERE.
Interview with Camilla Tulley – NSCF Markets Co-ordinator Holly and Justin from New View Farm run a 5-acre project east of Stanthorpe. They are regenerating the site from pine forestry, using permaculture principles to grow fruit and flowers. They also rent a market garden from another Granite Belt grower Undercliffe Dave. Here they grow produce […]