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environment garden sustainability

Greenpop Launched Crowdfunding Campaign for Eco-Education Hub

Hello! Here we go! We’re off and running – crowdfunding for a container to for an eco-education hub at our nursery in Woodstock. Help us in the transformation of this space to a community resource for environmental education and hands-on experience: “We have managed to transform this space from a pile of rubble to an abundance of green,” explains Misha Teasdale, Greenpop’s co-founder and Tree-EO. “But we have a bigger vision for it. We want to create an innovative green education hub accessible to everyone, where people can come together to learn, share, and eat. A space where we’ll spread awareness on the importance of trees, of growing our own food, and of taking care of our environment.”

Check out our campaign here: https://www.ripple.org.za/greenpop and see the amazing rewards you can get with your donation.

GREENPOP: www.greenpop.org

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food garden

Earth Day Planting – Tyisa Nabanye

Hello fellow foodies and greenies,

This Saturday Tyisa Nabanye, an urban agriculture organisation in Cape Town, is hosting a volunteer planting day to celebrate Earth Day. Join them in extending their garden, planting trees and feasting on a delicious (gifted) lunch on the slopes of Signal Hill.

For more information follow this link : https://on.fb.me/1DF0uz8 Hope to see you there! Thanks and regards,

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garden

Da (seed) bomb

I’m gonna to make some seed bombs this weekend, to scatter around my neighborhood before the rains start in Cape Town.

Basically, a seed bomb is a combination of soil and seeds, made into a ball, that you throw in hard to reach places. The seeds then germinate, with a ready made soil base.

I’d like to use flower seeds that are hardy and will flower during winter. I am thinking marigolds and Cosmo. Any other suggestions?

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garden soil

Canola Meal in Durban?

Hi, I read your article and like the idea of using canola meal as a fertilizer. Where can I buy Canola Meal in Durban?

Look forward to hearing from you,

Ed

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garden indigenous

Westville North Garden Tours this Sunday, 22nd March

Dear All,

We still have some spaces left on our indigenous garden tours of a garden in Westville North being held this Sunday. Please click HERE for more information. Please contact me soonest should you wish to book.

Many thanks,

Sandra Dell (secretary) Botanical Society of South Africa – KZN Coastal Branch Tel: 031 201 5111

www.botanicalsociety.org.za
www.botsoc-kzn.org.za
www.indigenousplantfair.org.za
www.plantlife.co.za