Welcome to the Brisbane Organic Growers Inc. (BOGI) website where you can find details about the club, including how to JOIN the club. There is also information about organic gardening including content tailored to the Brisbane, Queensland area.

Our general meetings are held at the Peace Hall in Windsor on the first Thursday of every month except Janurary.

 


GUEST SPEAKER FOR JUNE 2018 MEETING

Our June speaker is a new member to the BOGI Committee, Convenor of the 2018 BOGI Café, Thomas Wagner.

Acid – Alkaline, everything we are consuming – digesting belongs to either the acid or alkaline group. Being too acidic can cause health issues, being alkaline allows the body to get well again and/or staying healthy.

In this presentation Thomas will share how we all can easily influence our daily choices to stay on a path of wellness and well – being.

GUEST SPEAKER FOR MAY 2018 MEETING

This is the meeting when you will have an opportunity to express your gratitude for the effort members of the BOGI Executive, Committee and Office Bearers have contributed to ‘Your’ club to keep it running smoothly while satisfying the requirements of as many members as possible using organic methods to grow our plants.

We do not hassle or put pressure on any member to take on any role in our club as volunteers are usually easy to find when required.

GUEST SPEAKER FOR APRIL 2018 MEETING

BOGI will welcome Graeme Sait as our speaker for the April meeting. Graeme is the CEO and founder of multi-award winning, Australian company, Nutri-Tech Solutions (NTS). This company is Australia's largest exporter of sustainable agriculture inputs and a recognised world leader in biological agriculture.

GUEST SPEAKER FOR MARCH 2018 MEETING

Alternative/Edible Spinaches/Leafy Greens

Taking into account our weather is hot and often humid for the greater part of the year, the concept that edible leaves are limited to lettuce, spinach, cabbage, mint and parsley needs to be revisited. At the March meeting we encourage you to be an active participant by sharing with us the leafy alternatives that work for you!

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