The WPCLN is keen to showcase opportunities for locals to grow native food in a home garden which can be used in everyday cooking, along with supporting new growers & those that have experience with growing native foods.
We will be running a series of 3 workshops, with the first day to be held in Jindivick where Leslie Smith from ‘Jindi Farm’ has been growing and using native foods in cooking and creating her own spice mixes for many years. Leslie received assistance from WPCLN to set up a demonstration site for growing Mountain Peppers using different mulches. It’s very interesting to see which mulches worked well on this site and also discuss the reasons why some trees haven’t grown well and produced much seed.
Where: 43 Nangara Rd Jindivick https://goo.gl/maps/8wuvKDLgHWw
When: Sunday 25th March
Time: 9.30am – 11.30am (Morning tea provided showcasing some uses of native foods)
RSVP by Thurs 22nd March via https://www.trybooking.com/UNXT
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT Bridgette at WPCLN on 0407 205 749 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please wear appropriate footwear ie: closed toe shoes.