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    Formidable Vegetable & Hot Compost Workshop at ECOSS

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    Come along for an afternoon amongst the vege's with Formidable Vegetable!

    2.30pm- Hot Compost Workshop

    3.30pm- The ECOSS Valley Market

    5.00pm- Taste of Culture- Kids Cultured Food demo.

    6.00pm- Formidable Vegetable 

        Formidable Vegetable bring Permaculture funk-swing for a changing world.

        At this very special event they will be running a Kids Cultured Food demo. followed by a unique and entertaining live performance that's sure to get you up dancing!

        "So infectious that the most ardent climate sceptic would have trouble staying still"- Sydney Morning Herald.

        With a wheelbarrow full of dirty electro radish-beets, crusty jazz ukulele, swingin' strings and hyperactive horns, Formidable Vegetable are here to sow the garden of your mind with seeds of future-resilience in the funkiest way possible.

        Having planted their tendrils into every corner of the globe from Glastonbury Festival to the United Nations (who acclaimed them for "singing about the important issues of the world"), Formidable Vegetable is using their quirky brand of musical activism to de-pave the problems and grow fertile, abundant solutions in their place.

        Over the years, they have become a favourite on the Australian and international festival circuits, having played at some of the biggest events in the world alongside Radiohead, Tame Impala and The Rolling Stones.

        Realising that music is one of the best tools for learning and inspiring new behaviour, frontman Charlie Mgee has dedicated his musical mission in life to composing fun tunes on a ukulele about creating the kind of world we want to live in.

        At any given time, Formidable Vegetable consists of Charlie Mgee on uke and vocals, Mal Webb on slide trumpet & trombone, Kylie Morrigan on violin & Winx on beets.

        Hot Compost Workshop with Ari: Come and learn all about hot composting.

        The workshop will be held at Pollination Place down the back of ECOSS, behind the Food Forest and across from Silvertyne Farm.

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