The Nelson Mandela Bay Transition Network recognized the issues of Peak Oil and Climate Change following the Transition Town movement across the world. Collaboratively they aim to educate and solve the problem by working together as a community to inspire the kind of change necessary to create a low-carbon, locally resilient future!
The NMB Transition Network invites you to their first Happy Harvesters event this Saturday 18 August at 11am at The Paragon, 15 Mangold Str, Newton Park. An event for food growers and food lovers to meet, interact, share experiences, ideas and even seeds and surplus produce. They are proud to announce guest speakers, Urban Harvest Eastern Cape and Organic Footprints. Following the presentations, you will be free to meet and mingle with fellow food and gardening enthusiasts.
Urban Harvest sets up and maintains food gardens design according to the principles and practices of permaculture. From urban residential gardens to community school gardens, and then regular training workshops to share their knowledge, they are doing great work towards local organic food security (and keeping it all purely organic)
Organic Footprints are Port Elizabeth’s friendly distributors of local and organic food, making it easy for you to support producers who are doing it right!
For all the deets contact Ryan on 083 265 2465 or via email