CERES is an environmental education centre, community garden, urban farm and social enterprise hub spread across four locations, linked by the Merri and Darebin Creeks on Wurundjeri Country, Melbourne. Each year they run a host of engaging and interesting events that'll have you fall in love with the earth again, and that is their vision. Their work spans environmental, social, economic, spiritual and cultural dimensions.
This year is no different. There are many in-person events to look forward to for when lockdown is over. Until then, here are a few online events to look forward to as follows - below. Follow the links for more information and stay in touch via the website and Facebook page for updates.
Sun 12 Sep from 2-4pm - Complete Guide to Home Composting - Learn how to reduce food waste and make great compost without spending a fortune. Discover different composting systems and choose the best option for your home - TICKETS
Thu 23 Sep from 7-9pm - Grow Into Spring - Is your garden, large, small or balcony garden, ready for spring? This online workshop will help you prepare for growing vegetables this spring - TICKETS
Sat 9 Oct to Sat 30 Oct (4 Saturdays - 9, 16, 23 & 30 Oct) 10am-1pm - Being Human: The Training We Never Had - A course in skilful communication, in embodied relatability, in more profound self-awareness, and in human connection. Connection that is deep, nourishing, intimate, trusting, and full of aliveness. Improve the quality of your relating and the quality of your life - TICKETS for 9 Oct event
Thu 28 Oct from 6-8pm - Medicinal Gardening - Dive into the world of healing plants. By the end of the session you'll have more of a firm grasp on how you can start to build medicinal resilience in your own backyard - TICKETS
As aforementioned, see links for further details about the events. Do check out all other in-person events in readiness for when lockdown is over, as there are just too many good events you wouldn't want to miss out on.