Social Evening, Farming for a Future, seed swap and more.....
Members Social Evening Tuesday 17th March, Belhaven Church Hall, EH42 1NH
Doors Open 6.30pm
Bring and Share Meal at 7pm
Presentation and Discussion from 8pm Let's weave 'A New Story'. What if? Why Not?
The 'What if?' book group will be sharing some of the thoughts and inspiring ideas for practical action that have emerged from their recent discussions. ALL WELCOME
Bring your surplus seeds to share
Glean new varieties and learn useful tips
Enjoy a cuppa and cake with fellow gardeners
East Lothian Farming and the Climate Emergency
Public meeting: Free Monday 23rd March 7 – 9 pm
Bleachingfield Community Centre, Dunbar
How should East Lothian farming adapt to the climate emergency?
Expert panel of:
Sheila George, World Wide Fund for Nature
Angus Jeffrey, local farmer and ex NFU East Lothian chair
Colin Hunter, local farmer practising conservation agriculture
MSP Mark Ruskell, Green Party Spokesperson on Agriculture
Organised by East Lothian Green Party. ALL WELCOME
A date for your diary -Saturday, March 28th
Fixing for a Future
The East Linton Melting Pot, working with Sustaining Dunbar, plan to establish a monthly Repair Cafe at The Mart in East Linton along with regular practical Skills Workshops. We are currently seeking to recruit a freelance Project Officer. More HERE
BELHAVEN COMMUNITY GARDEN
The days are rapidly lengthening and regular volunteer days at Belhaven Community Garden have resumed. Join in sociable sessions any Saturday afternoon from 1pm. All ages and abilities are welcome. (And usually on Thursday mornings too, from 10.15am). To keep in the loop, subscribe to the BCG email list -send a blank email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustaining Dunbar on Groups.io
Join our new online discussion forum and email list for members of Sustaining Dunbar at 'Groups.io'. Network directly with other members of Sustaining Dunbar, set up you own sub-groups on particular topics and more......
Join now by sending a blank email to: SusDunemail@example.com
Another invitation to join Philip's Patchwork Wheat Farm.
Do you have a spare square metre or two (or more) in your garden?
There is still time to join a group of (small-scale) wheat farmers experimenting with growing nutritious heritage grains for our local consumption? Just get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
For some background, listen here Farmerama: CEREAL
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