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Todd ‘Stream’ Cameron of True Nature Cuisine and Ronit Robbaz-Franco of Open Table are getting ready to cook up a storm at the upcoming Living Earth Festival. Photo Jeff ‘Dishing it out’ Dawson

A lively program of participatory and entertaining workshops on food, gardening, wellbeing, as well as performing arts, awaits all those set to attend the upcoming Living Earth Festival at Mullumbimby Community Garden on Sunday, September 1.

Special guests for the big day organised by the community garden include ABC TV’s gardening gurus Costa Giorgiardis and Jerry Colleby-Williams.

The festival, from 10am till 10pm, with entry by donation, has many workshops on offer including ones on healing arts, herbs, flower essences, permaculture, biochar, sustainability, yoga, personal development and meditation and a garden tour.

Others include the ‘smells incredible’ cooking demo tent where mouth-watering menus with produce picked right out of the community garden will be cooked up.

For the complete workshop program, visit:

http://www.mullumbimbycommunitygardens.org and join the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheLivingEarthFestival.

 

 

 


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