Next APS Meeting: SAGE Project in Moruya Saturday 6 September
The SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture and Gardening Eurobodalla) Project is a community driven initiative that is being developed as an education and demonstration site for sustainable agricultural and horticultural practices, in both domestic and commercial settings. One of their successes is the Moruya Growers Market on Tuesday afternoons.
We will meet the President of SAGE, Fraser Bayley, who will tell us about the Project and show us around their demonstration gardens. We hope to have a stimulating and informative discussion about how Australian native plants can be used in this sort of setting, so we will welcome your experience and knowledgeable contributions.
The meeting is on Saturday 6 September at 10.30. Please bring morning tea and lunch (hot water for tea/coffee will be available) and a chair, if possible. The SAGE gardens are at 110 Queen Street, Moruya and there is plenty of parking on the street.
To find out more about SAGE, visit their web site at www.sageproject.com.au and to find out more about this meeting, or the Australian Plant Society, contact the secretary Mog Bremner on 0401 968 899 or at firstname.lastname@example.org