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.

 


How you can help at the BOGI Garden Flood Recovery Day

. We will need those jiffy pots some of you got at the February meeting with whatever you planted in them
. Any plants or established cuttings you dont need planted into appropriate pots
. Potted plants (vegetables, herbs, flowers, shrubs etc.)
. Sweet potato runners, strawberry runners, ginger & turmeric rhizomes etc.
. Garden tools
. Gardening books

GUEST SPEAKER FOR MARCH 2011 MEETING

Our March Guest Speaker will be Geoff Wilson, founder and first president of Green Infrastructure Network Australia (GINA) which promotes green roofs, green walls, water harvesting, storage and use, solar power, food from roofs and walls and from deep inside buildings using solar power.

BOGI Garden Flood Recovery Day - 19 March 2011

"GET SOME LIFE BACK INTO YOUR GARDEN"

Brisbane Organic Growers is co-coordinating a garden recovery program to assist our friends in Brisbane and Ipswich to re-establish their gardens following the recent devastating floods. We are encouraging all of our members to grow seedlings, transplants and cuttings. They should be grown in tubes, plastic pots or bags, polystyrene boxes or jiffy pots to be ready for distribution on 19 March 2011 at the Peace Hall, Windsor.

GUEST SPEAKER FOR FEBRUARY 2011 MEETING

The Right Honourable Vic Calthorpe Esq. of Mt Glorious, founding member of B.O.G.G. (now BOGI) and three times President/Dictator will be giving you all the benefit of his fifty golden years and more of Organic Gardening across two continents. This is an illustrated slide show covering most aspects of Organics, Self Sufficiency and Recycling. Most suitable for all those just starting into growing food and the more experienced.
Amen
 

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