Conversations in the hood. It’s always nice to hear people approaching as they do their neighbourhood walks, so much more so over the last 18 months. Some of the family conversations between little ones is always a treat to catch a slither of the topic as they dissect, debate or ponder whatever it is that […]
Saturday Morning Revelation. Doing something different is always exciting in my book because it’s a chance to see what will happen. This story ain’t no grand earth mover but it’s one I kinda enjoyed on a few levels. So I woke up this morning and was doing my usual I wonder what time it is […]
National Science Week : A place for everyone of all ages. PNA Positive News Alert! And a perfect Sunday Morning ReadScience really is for everyone everywhere and this story is a great example of observation and it being the base of any research from the CSIRO level down to the backyard and citizen science realm. […]
Costa’s quarantine garden tips. In a time of social isolation, Gardening Australia’s Costa Georgiadis, is, like a native plant, thriving.
You imagine what you desire – A Garden of Bad Flowers Biennale artist Gabrielle de Vietri calls on the gardeners of Sydney to lend a hand. Drawing on the traditions of Floriography, a coded floral language prevalent in the 18th and 19th centuries across Europe, the Middle East, Australia and America, artist Gabrielle de Vietri‘s contribution […]
LEARN TOOLS & TECHNIQUES FOR A HAPPIER LIFE 25 – 26 June 2018, International Convention Centre, Sydney Don’t miss the world’s largest conference on happiness and wellbeing!
Costa Georgiadis grew up around food. His grandfather, a market gardener seeded his DNA with a love of soil. His first steps were on his godfathers property in the Bylong Valley NSW.
Routine: Practice : Habit: Growth Patterns = Culture…Growing The Green Lane Diary One thing that I really love about kids is how they go about building friendships. There is an honesty about the whole ritual of circling someone new, finding a little thread that is common ground( ie a bat or ball, or game) and […]
Social Justice Immersion, The Wayside Chapel and Taree NSW: A Recipe for Random Social justice immersion is an opportunity for high school students to get out into the community and push the boundaries of their world by immersing themselves into the landscapes and lives of individuals that may not fit their world, their background and […]