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Time: 12.30pm - 3.30pm
Date: Thursday, 17 Nov to 8 Dec
Where: Castlemaine Community House
Instructor: Rayna Fahey

A four-week introductory to summer edible gardening course designed for women and non-binary folk. This course teaches you everything you need to know to start a low-cost, low-maintenance garden. All participants receive a small container garden to take home and enjoy.

Topics covered include:

• Seeds

• Soil

• Staking

• Saving

Bookings close Monday 14 November

Date: Thursdays, 17 November to 8 December (4 sessions)
Time:
12.30pm – 3.30pm
Cost:
$50 (Full) / $40 (Early Bird Discount – available until 7 November) / $35 (Concession)

Facilitator: Rayna Fahey

Rayna Fahey is a Drummond local, avid food grower and permaculture designer. Together with her husband Karl, Rayna used to run the POWer Plants Community Nursery in the western suburbs of Melbourne. The nursery raised thousands of seedlings for schools, community groups, and home gardens; as well as helping many volunteers learn the joys of growing your own food.

Rayna is passionate about low cost, nutritious food, and lives for the taste of home grown summer fruits.