Source is hosting a wonderful full day workshop we think you're going to love!
Join local bushfoods expert Kris Schaffer to build an edible natives garden, and be immersed in the world of Tasmanian edible native plants.
In the morning half of this workshop you will learn how to identify local edible
natives, and about their cultural significance. Kris will tell you about respectful harvesting, and show you proper preparation of potentially poisonous plants.
A light lunch is included which will feature some of the bushfoods discussed, and will give you the chance to learn different preparation techniques and how you might include edible natives in your own cooking. We recommend you still bring some of your own snacks.
After lunch participants will be helping to install a 'Growing Respect Garden' on the grounds of the venue, featuring the bushfoods discussed. Discussion will focus on the special growing requirements of local natives and about the greater role of edible natives in Tasmania's diverse eco-system. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask Kris questions.
Tickets will become available for sale on July 29th.
If you are looking for tickets after this date and they are sold out, please express your interest by emailing email@example.com. We're expecting tickets to sell out quickly, and may hold a second event the following weekend, on the morning of Sunday 27th July 2017, or at a later date.
This event is made possible by a grant from National Science Week, and your event tickets are heavily subsidised thanks to this grant.
This National Science Week project is supported by the Australian Government.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
This workshop is not suitable for children as we will be sitting and discussing content for a couple of hours, and there may be poisonous plants around. Infants in arms are ok. Youth aged 12 - 15 years with a real interest in the workshop content are welcome, but must be accompanied and supervised by a guardian and will be charged at the concession rate.
Where is the venue?
The workshop will be held at Source Community Wholefoods Shop & Cafe, at the Sandy Bay UTAS campus.
12 French Street,
Sandy Bay TAS 7005
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
On Sundays, there is free parking right out front of the venue. Why not carpool with friends, or better yet, walk, ride, or take the bus.
From Sandy Bay: 52, 53, 54, 55, 888
From Mount Nelson: 57, 58
From Taroona: 56, 60, 61
What should I bring to the event?
Please bring pen & paper, water, snacks (your ticket includes a light lunch, but you might like to bring snacks/ extra food), clothes you are happy to garden in, gardening gloves, closed shoes. Feel free to also bring any native plant specimens you would like Kris to try identify for you.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions, please contact Isis by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable?
If you would like to pass your ticket on to a friend, please just let us know by email 7 days before the event: email@example.com