A hugely important campaign in California for GMO labeling desperately needs more financial assistance.
To effect real change in the USA would put the Biotech industry on the back-foot world wide. Visit http://organicconsumersfund.org/ to support the California GMO Labeling Ballot Initiative – a vote that has huge importance world wide for food security and our global community.
Sunday 18th November,10am to 5pm @ Oromahoe Kindergarten, Mahoe Cheese, SH 10 Kerikeri.
Make compost, cowpat pit and stir and spread preparation 500 (cow manure preparation)
Tutor: Bert Johnston. Bert is a biodynamic practitioner with many years experience of Bio-dynamic growing in different locations.He will share his knowledge and experience with you.
Bring lunch to share, wet weather gear,gloves, gumboots, composting material if you have some spare, such as seaweed etc.
Bio-dynamic preparations will be for sale 500, 501 and compost preparations also books for sale.
$10 per family which goes towards establishing Kindergarten gardens.
For further information contact:
Annette 09 4059207 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Oromahoe Kindergarten on the day 094059336
Bring friends and family all most welcome.
Greetings FNOG members. You are probably wondering what happened to the October field-day – well, we are hoping to combine with the BD field-day on the 17th November.
Details below. We will notify you all again shortly.
BIODYNAMIC FIELD DAY
Details subject to confirmation
When: Saturday 17th November, 10am to 5pm
Where: Oromahoe Kindergaten, Mahoe Cheese, SH 10 Kerikeri (just south of Puketona Junction)
Programme: Make cowpat pit, compost and spread preparation 500
Tutor: Bert Johnston. Bert is a biodynamic practitioner with many years experience of biodynamic growing in different locations. He will share his knowledge and experience with you.
What to bring: lunch items to share, wet weather gear, gumboots, composting material if you have any to spare
Registration requirements: To be advised
For further information please contact:
Annette Kapa, ph 0-9-405 9207 or email@example.com
An opportunity to learn about and discuss what climate resilience means;
How it might influence your business, local environment and community;
and, What you can do about it.
@ The Turner Centre, Kerikeri
Date: Tuesday 13 November 2012
Time: 10.00am – 1.00pm
Managing climate risk and uncertainty is an integral part of any primary production enterprise. It is also integral to planning for the future. The challenge ahead is how to continue to make a living in a sustainable manner, and provide appropriate plans and infrastructure with increasing climate risk and uncertainty. – Dr Gavin Kenny (Earthwise Consulting)
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Gold coin donation please
Light refreshments provided