Saturday and Sunday 7 and 8 September 2019 Grow your own – food metres not kilometres All the information to plan your garden visits A great collection of eleven edible gardens will be open to the public on the weekend of 7 and 8 September 2019 as part of the Kyneton Daffodil and Arts Festival. Visiting […]
Do you find it hard to remember to take your reusable bags when you go shopping? There’s a solution on its way and it’s coming from the Kyneton community supported by Kyneton Transition Hub and Kyneton Community & Learning Centre. An enthusiastic group of locals is organising sewing bees to deliver community made and shared […]
~ Come along to our first garden gathering for a while ~ Join Kyneton’s own “Raspberry Queen” to: · Get some free raspberry canes to grow in your own backyard · Learn about raspberry growing from the “queen” · Help to stop the raspberries taking over the whole of Jan’s veggie patch · Weed […]
March Produce Swap matched February’s with great variety, quantity and quality of produce. The chats with locals and visitors were also a lot of fun. This Saturday’s April market may be the last of the big ones before our seasonal slow down starts. Remember we also do swaps of egg cartons, seedlings, seeds and cuttings. Bring your produce along on the […]
We have enthusiastic members on the Boomerang Bags steering group to do the organising. This makes the load fairly light, but we would love to have some more people on board to further lighten the load and to spread the word further. Next meeting of steering group is on Wednesday 29th March at 7 pm […]
For more information about Boomerang Bags check out their website or facebook page or join the community facebook group.
Submission to MRSC Strategic Plan from Kyneton Transition Hub – February 2017 Kyneton Transition Hub is a part of the international transition town movement and is concerned with sustainability issues in a broad sense. Our special focus is on building strong and resilient communities in a future of peak oil and climate change. Our vision […]
Once again a selection of local edible gardeners are throwing open their garden gates to welcome visitors. It’s a chance for you to check out what they have been doing and what they’ve learned along the way. You can learn about lots of gardening topics including: wicking beds, bird and insect attracting plants, native […]
If you’ve been considering solar panels, the MASH2 session at the KMI will help.
Unfortunately due to ill health, Alan & Kathy’s garden will not be open. There are still six amazing gardens to see and lots to learn.