Saturday, December 3, 2011
September 2011 Transition Nambour meeting
For our September gathering we have persuaded the inimitable John Isaacs-Young to reveal some of his secrets of living in a sustainable as well as a stylish way. John's exposition is entitled :
"GOOD COFFEE - GROW YOUR OWN, PROCESS IT AND ROAST IT YOURSELF.
WHEN TIMES GET TOUGH, TRADE IT FOR ESSENTIALS.
IT'S NOT DIFFICULT. ALL STEPS EXPLAINED IN DETAIL."
This needs no explanation except that if you value your coffee, as I do (in fact I regard it as an essential so I don't know what I'd be prepared to trade for it) please come along next Wednesday. We will all need a little stimulus in the tough times ahead and this is an opportunity to learn about being self sufficient in coffee. John's coffee is delicious by the way.
This is a good opportunity to reconnect with the whole group so please come and enjoy a sociable and interesting evening. Usual gold coin donation with a get together at 7pm and the talk starting from 7.30pm.
CWA HALL, SHORT STREET, NAMBOUR
If anyone else would like to show us an important life skill for sustainable living - it might be preserving food or how to seal and store such food we would love to know and arrange for you to talk to us either on the same night or on another night. It is important for these skills to shared and the tools used to create the produce to be shared as a community.