Great to see some of you down at Peppertree Place last weekend – what a beautiful and inspiring place! I’ve been in email contact with Claire from Peppertree Place, and she expressed interest in partnering with Transition Coburg and has offered Peppertree Place as a venue for various events that we have planned. Their foodswaps might also be a suitable opportunity for us to have monthly get togethers and planning sessions, but more on that another time. Thanks Claire! Transition Coburg and Peppertree Place are natural partners, and it’ll be great developing this relationship. These are exciting times.
I’m also happy to say that Greg from the Robinson’s Reserve Neighbourhood house, in collaboration with Aaron, has set up Community Compost bin outside the Neighbourhood house. Hopefully we can get more up and running over coming months. Thanks Greg and Aaron!
Nat has been in contact with a journalist who would like to write an article on Transition Coburg and meet with us at the next Peppertree Place foodswap (4th August), so it would be good to have a catch up before then and develop some of our action plans from the last meeting. Thanks Nat!
The foodswap is on 4th August, so it would be good if we could meet for a couple of hours on Sunday afternoon 29 July, 2-4pm. I’ll be in contact again soon once we’ve locked in a venue.
Finally, Aaron is planning to prune his fruit trees tomorrow Sunday 15th from 10am, so if anyone wants to learn by doing, he’s happy to have company. He’s also a compost expert, and he is always willing to teach others the Art of Making Dirt. Just drop by at 10am-ish. He’s at 8 McPherson Street.