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Carbon Farming, the way of the future. (19-May-13) [Read
“Carbon farming is the only way to go!” says Allan Yeomans.
Bingara hosted a visit by Allan Yeomans last week. Allan, son of P.A Yeomans of “keyline” fame visited, with his wife Christine, to inspect The Living Classroom project in the town.
Local Food (13-May-13) [Read
More and more communities, neighbourhoods, gardeners and farmers are becoming aware of “local food”. There is growing interest and excitement in the prospects of producing food from within the local area and making it available for profit or just to share surpluses.
Living Classroom ideal venue for Permaculture course (10-May-13) [Read
Ten people from all over the North West, and from age ten to seventy, attended the first Introduction to Permaculture Course at The Living Classroom last weekend. The Course was conducted by Permaculture teacher, Rick Hutton, through the Bingara Community College.
National Broadband Network presentation at V2020 dinner (2-May-13) [Read
The rollout of the National Broadband Network is continuing throughout Australia. The technology associated with it promises massive changes in all areas of business, industry, healthcare and learning.
Warialda Garden Club visits Bngara (24-Apr-13) [Read
On Friday April 19, thirty members of the Warialda Garden Club made a visit to Bingara. Their purpose was to inspect the “edible garden” at The River House, and The Living Classroom environmental centre.
Gold Field Diggings (25-Mar-13) [Read
I am asking for who may have information about the gold field diggings on the Bingara Common.
Bingara students excel in Guiding and Waiting. (24-Mar-13) [Read
On Tuesday March 19, The 15th Annual Landcare Adventure was hosted in Bingara. More than 150 visitors from all over the New England/North West Region attended. The morning’s activities took place at The Living Classroom, the newly completed field studies centre in Bingara.
Bingara cleans up this weekend (22-Mar-13) [Read
Due to heavy rain and local waterway flooding events in early March, Clean Up Australia Day at Bingara has been postponed until this Sunday March 24.
Meet “Eco” the Emu. (10-Mar-13) [Read
Say hello to “Eco” the Emu. He has become a resident at The Living Classroom in Bingara.You might ask, why call an emu “Eco”? Well, unlike at a zoo or a theme park, “Eco” is at The Living Classroom, because he wants to be there.
Imagine Bingara 2013 Brochure now available. (11-Feb-13) [Read
Bingara and District Vision 2020 is delighted that the latest Imagine Bingara brochure has arrived and is ready for distribution. After many months of planning, design and review, the tens of thousands of the Imagine Bingara brochure will now be distributed to Visitor Information Centres across the state.
Hydrating the land (8-Feb-13) [Read
After more than 150mm (6”) of rain in the last week, the Bingara District once again looks like a green and pleasant land. It has that wonderful ability, to recover quickly, when rains are kind. The scenery is soft, and lush, and bursting with life. The chorus of frogs at night can keep us awake, and water birds seem to come from nowhere.
AGM for Bingara and District Vision 2020 on Feb 7. (27-Jan-13) [Read
The Annual General Meeting for Bingara and District Vision 2020 will be held at the Imperial Hotel Conference Room in Bingara on Thursday, February 7. Commencing at 6:30pm, the meeting will be followed by a finger food supper and drinks at 8pm.
Contact: Rick Hutton
Tel: 02 6724 1303
Mob: 0428 255 380