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PacificEdge | June 24, 2017

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About Russ Grayson

Posts By Russ Grayson

The Trainer papers… 4

February 3, 2010 | 11

The Trainer Papers— segment 4… by Russ Grayson

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An edible garden for Eastern Suburbs apartment dwellers

December 27, 2009 | 7

Story & photos: Russ Grayson

WHEN WE MOVED INTO THE APARTMENT near The Spot in Randwick, we noticed that someone had planted a few herbs and that there was a wormery in use by one of the owners. There was also a large sandy strip, once a garden in the backyard. What sort of garden it had been we didn’t know.

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Xmas comes in with a song at Randwick community garden

December 23, 2009 | 1

CHRISTMAS TIME is celebration time at Randwick Organic Community Garden.

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Pedapods a new transport mode in Sydney city

December 23, 2009 | 1

A NEW TYPE OF TAXI has appeared in Sydney city and it’s just a little different to the other taxi services you find here. Why? Because it’s pedal-powered.

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Open for business – Food Connect Sydney starts-up

November 27, 2009 | 3

FOOD CONNECT SYDNEY is up and running, providing a new community supported agriculture (CSA) service to the metropolis.

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Participatory planning the theme of local group meeting

November 25, 2009 | 1

PERMACULTURE SYDNEY EAST’s meeting of November 2009 took the form of a group consultation for the development of a permaculture interpretive garden at Randwick Community Centre.

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One year later… and a community garden blooms

November 24, 2009 | 2

Story and photos: Russ Grayson

IT HAS BEEN JUST OVER A YEAR in the making, from community consultation to construction, but Carrs Park Community Garden is now reality.

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Local a selling point at Evandale

November 24, 2009 |

Story and photos: Russ Grayson

TO JUDGE BY THE SIGNS on farmer’s market stalls, food grown locally seems to be something of a specialty at Evandale market. A recent visit disclosed sign after sign on a number of stalls advertising the localism of fresh vegetables, herbs and fruit.

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