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Ferro-cement Water Tank Construction Management course – Jan 2014

Honeyville Eco-Village just outside Humansdorp in the Eastern Cape will be have a ferro-cement water tank construction course from 21 – 26 January 2014. We visited Honeyville some time ago during one of their permaculture design courses. Its a beautiful … Continue reading

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Green Drinks, BVCP Champions Forum and other things – Nov/Dec 2013

        Upcoming events We’ve been quite over the last few months while part of the team has been traveling and figuring things out for next year. We’ll be looking at doing some much smaller, informal events to … Continue reading

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Allinace Francaise’s Green Focus program

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NMB TN Newsletter – May 2013

I know I know, it has been a long time since our last newsletter. Apologies for that; we’ve been pretty swamped with other things the last few months. But lets get right into it… Some very interesting initiatives have started … Continue reading

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Edible Gardens Group gathering 4 May 2013

Our Edible Gardens Group (formerly the Seed Savers group) will meet on Saturday 4th May at 2 p.m. at the home of Merryl Leverington, 3 Cleonie Crec, Springfield. Merryl will demo her container vegetable gardens and explain why she switched … Continue reading

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Green Drinks PE April 2013

The NMB Transition Network invites you to our monthly Green Drinks evening! Green Drinks provides the space for like-minded folk interested in issues around sustainability and healthy living to meet, share ideas, and simply hang out together. If you’ve never … Continue reading

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Want to be involved? Meet this Saturday!

Want to be more involved in Transition in NMB? Its time to put together a new team to lead Transition in the metro. The one we have now has been at it for the past three years, organizing awareness raising … Continue reading

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