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Camp out on Adnyamathanha country – no nuclear waste dump 7-9 Oct

adnytamathanha-campout

Camp Out at Cotabena!
Friday 7th – Sunday 9th October 2016

Come and meet the ancient land. Experience Adnyamathanha culture: past and present, for a nuclear free future.
Sleep under the stars, hear the stories and support the campaign to say no to a radioactive waste dump on Adnyamathanha land at Barndioota / Wallerberdina.

Venue and Logistics
Cotabena
Half an hour’s drive from Hawker
Flinders Ranges
South Australia
Detailed directions will be provided, and signs will guide the way.

We’ll do big meat and vegan cook-ups for Friday and Saturday night dinners, and lunch on Saturday all together. Please bring your own breakfast and snack food.
There will be one cooking fire and another hang-out fire.
Please bring your own swag/tent, torch, sun protection, fly protection, water (we’ll supply some but stay on the safe side and bring extra). More info will be coming soon to your email inbox.

Please respect camp protocol, which will be explained on site. This event is drug and alcohol free.

Let’s come together to experience and celebrate the land and Adnyamathanha culture!

Contact Details:
campoutcotabena@gmail.com

Regina McKenzie – 0432 483 440
Gem Romuld – 0421 955 066 / gemromuld@gmail.com

And on Sunday

Rally at Hawker
Meet at Blue Butt Memorial Park
12pm

Speak Out Say No to a nuclear waste dump on Adnyamathanha land, Wallaberdina, Flinders Ranges, near Hawker

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Divest from fossil fuels – Market Forces event 5 October

FOE members are invited to meet with Market Forces presenter Jack Bertolus at 5pm prior to the event.

Is your money making the world a better place? Or is it supporting the continuation of fossil fuel and other industries that contribute to climate change?

Sustainable Communities and Market Forces event

Wednesday 5 October
6-8:30pm
The Joinery
111 Franklin St Adelaide

Did you know that banks lend our money to large coal, oil and gas companies and projects, and super funds and insurance companies invest customers’ money in these industries.

Come along to learn more about how you can exert influence and make a positive change for sustainability by making sure your money is working for good. Divesting your money from fossil fuels is a powerful thing to do. It is the opposite of investment – it’s taking your money away from damaging industries and businesses that threaten our future.

Our speaker is Jack Bertolus from Market Forces, a Melbourne-based organisation that works with the community to prevent investment in projects that harm the environment and drive global warming.

A simple meal will be provided from 6pm, prior to the talk – we suggest a donation of $5 per person to help cover costs.

This is a DIVESTMENT DAY event. Saturday 8 October 2016 is Divestment Day. Meet at 11am in Hindmarsh Square to join with others to deliver a message to banks about their obligations regarding compliance the Paris Agreement to keep global warming to below two degrees.

Please book for this free event via Eventbrite to help with catering.

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Seed Freedom Food Festival 24 September

SEED FREEDOM FOOD FESTIVAL is returning 2016!
Saturday 24 September, 10am – 4pm.
@ 1 Holland St, Adelaide 5000
(in ‘The Market Shed’ space).

SFFF2016 is your festival for celebration, inspiration and information on organic food, local food, growing your own food and the need to save seed!
‘Lettuce’ offer you all the tools for how, and why, to grow your own organic food, save your own seeds and support those in your local community doing the same.

$4 entry (children free) gains you access to 3 stages of 20 FREE WORKSHOPS & SPEAKERS (no need to book, Program will be released soon) plus an all day music stage.
As well as our infamous huge SEED SWAP, FOOD SWAP and GARDEN GEAR SWAP, local gardening stalls, lush organic food stalls, community group stalls, a KIDS SPROUT SPACE and kids workshops, seed displays, seed mandala co-creation and a whole lot of heart right in the middle of the city.

So start gathering your seeds and gardening goodies to swap and look forward to growing & thriving with you soon.

CONFIRMED WORKSHOPS:
* Native seed collection and propagation – Neville Bonney
* Knowing, growing, eating Edible Native Bush Foods – Neville Bonney
* Making and using compost! – Tim Marshall
* Plant Propagation, success with seeds & more – Karen Montgomery
* Fermentation, get cultured! – Remedy Bliss
* The unexpected uses of cottage plants – Bev Lane
* Ethical Foraging – Bev Lane
* Seed Saving how to – Steven Hoepfner
* Building healthy soils for healthy plants and people – Nat Wiseman
* Getting to know the Heart and Soul of Australian Natives – Edmund Gooden

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:
* Gardening Woes 101 with Sophie Thomson!
* Growing for the Future – Annemarie Brookman
* Native Bees in your garden – Jenny Deans
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National Day of Action Against Nuclear Waste Dumps 15 October

NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION AGAINST NUCLEAR WASTE DUMPS

NUCLEAR WASTE DUMP,
NOT WORTH THE RISK!
STAND UP FOR SA.
11AM, OCT 15, 2016
PARLIAMENT HOUSE STEPS

Lets come together to show our support for a nuclear free future!

We encourge all creativity so bring your banners, signs and costumes. Lets make it a great day.

Saturday October 15, 2016 marks 63 years since the first atomic bomb test at Emu Junction in South Australia.

The Federal Government is pursuing plans to build a national waste dump in the Flinders Ranges while a proposal for South Australia to take the worlds international high level nuclear waste continues to be progressed by the SA state government.

Communities across the state are saying ‘no way’.

We can do better than to take the worlds worst waste’.

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Nuclear exhibition at Tandanya

Nuclear Exhibition

Saturday 17 September to Saturday 12 November 2016

Exposing the legacies of the atomic age through creative arts.

Involving more than 50 creative artists – photographers, filmmakers, digital artists, painters, sculptors and writers – this showcase presents the stories of atomic survivors, those Indigenous communities, service personnel and civilian workers who have been directly affected by atomic testing. It presents discoveries about the nuclear age, and fits within a long tradition of artists and communities responding to ‘the bomb’.

A centrepiece is ‘Ngurini’ (Searching), an immersive digital projection made with members of the Yalata Anangu community. Another is ’10 Minutes to Midnight’ also for immersive screening in our large cylindrical arena, and developed with nuclear veterans and the Balaklava community.

These digital art works are accompanied by exhibitions of photography and sculpture, feature seminars, film screenings, and storyteller sessions by Australian and international artists.

WHERE: Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Kaurna Country, 253 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
www.tandanya.com.au

Open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Closed Sunday and Public Holidays

Proudly bought to you by Alphaville and Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, this project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

SUPPORT REQUEST

To maintain the momentum in exposing the legacies of the atomic age through creative arts, Alphaville have set up an important Kickstarter campaign.

Your donations will help fund installation costs and the public education program for the Nuclear showcase around Australia

You can lend your support by:

** Joining our crowdfunding campaign, at

OR

** Emailing Alphaville’s producer Paul Brown to arrange a tax deductible donation, at alphaville@iprimus.com.au

Thank you.

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