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Event updated by Meredith Freeman. Coal Creek Community Pk. Sth. Gipp. Hwy. Korumburra meeting rms , Sunday the 18th of August, 2013
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The Grow Lightly Food Hub has been opened for 20 weeks.
It is time to celebrate the renovation of the building, which is now part shop, part community kitchen, part workshop venue and part community space.
You are invited to the launch, at 2 Silkstone Road, Korumburra, next to the Coal Creek Historical Village.
WHEN: 12.30 p.m., at the conclusion of the Coal Creek Farmers Market July 11
Please join us!
A series of guided discussions about growing vegetables in southern Gippsland, including markets and distribution. Share your own experiences and benefit from the experience of others. The focus will be on small market gardens, and organic agricultural methods will be emphasized.
Grow Lightly People must eat and we believe that it's important to make truly fresh food available, to reduce food miles to an absolute minimum and to recognise the environmental costs of food production. To this end our current primary activity is to provide a weekly box of fruit, vegetable and nuts to families in the southern Gippsland area - food that is clean, fresh and local. We are also committed to helping people grow and prepare their own food and so provide on-line information and education about the food that can be grown locally and how it may be used in the kitchen.