Garden Working and Learning Bee

Garden Working and Learning Bee

Come along to Transition Bondi’s monthly dig in our community garden hub. Join a diverse community of people to learn about permaculture, composting, bees and much more! When: Every Second Sunday of the Month, Feburary – December (9-11am October – April, 10am-12pm May – September) Where: at the back of 241 Bondi Road, Bondi, NSW,…

WHAT CAN I DO?
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WHAT CAN I DO?

Can one person make a difference?  Or do we wait for someone else to do it! This is a question that is asked at our Market stall, round dinner tables, in class-rooms…..everywhere, in these  urgent times. What’s that quote from the Dalai Lama … something like, “If you ever think you’re too small to make…

August News

August News

BE OUR DINNER GUEST | GARDEN COMP | ECO-FESTIVAL Head, heart and hands – that’s the mantra of the Transition Network, a positive, empowering movement that has spread organically via word of mouth and communities, both locally and throughout the world. Great conversations don’t happen by accident as we found out at our recent Guest…

July News

July News

PLASTIC FREE JULY  |  FIRST GUEST DINNER | BONDI FESTIVAL  |  NAIDOC  |  WINTER CROPS Plastic Free July (PFJ) is a big event on our sustainability calendar. ‘A world free of plastic waste’ was the ambition of Rebecca Prince-Ruiz, a waste expert from WA who challenged her local government colleagues to reuse single-use plastic items…

A big thank you to our Buzzy Dig Day Participants!!

A big thank you to our Buzzy Dig Day Participants!!

At our April Dig Day in the Community Garden, we participated in the Autumn Wild Pollinator Count. Each of us spent 10 minutes staring at a flowering plant and counting which pollinators paid a visit. This humble task may seem inconsequential, but think again… thanks to your efforts and those of hundreds of others around…

The plant, my teacher

The plant, my teacher

words by Kit Some plants play a visual trick on us, with flower heads that seem to be floating in air. Iris is one example, where the long thin stems from a distance are not visible. Or Dandelion seed head. A lovely conceit, and a moment of thrill to see something floating, that doesn’t match the laws of physics,…