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SUMMER  2010/11

inSIDE...
  • Canberra conference a tipping point for community gardening ... 3
  • ACFCGN Annual General Meeting 2010 ...7
  • Community garden wins Heart Health award ...10
  • Faith links city farming and social enterprise ...11
  • Lismore Community Garden ...12
  • The Cringila Crew ...13
  • For inner urban Sydney two new community gardens ...15
  • Walyo Yerta builds a tipi ...17
  • Sydney City Farm ...18
  • In Hobart, there's a new source of good food ...19
  • A pocket park community garden ...21
  • Secuteurs, beyond our wildest dreams ...23
  • The trials & tribulations of setting up a community garden ...35
  • Woolloomooloo wanderings ...27
  • In Wollongong, community gardening on community land ...a new process ...34
  • In Sydney, a PIG—a Permaculture Interpretive Garden for the urban east ...18
  • For Leonie, it's time to 'Eat Your Garden' ...39
  • Venezeula urban agriculture and food sovereignty ...40
  • Rush of city farms, hypothetical, but can Sydney support two city farms? ...42
  • How to Cultivate Community ...26
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Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network:

­Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.


SPRING  2008

inSIDE...
  • It’s an urban food revolution ... 3
  • Way down south ...6
  • A short walk in small vegetative paradise ...8
  • Sydney community gardeners’ big day out ...11
  • A new policy enables community gardening ...12
  • Calendar team seeks support ...15
  • What’s news ...16
  • Community gardening in New Zealand ...18
  • Big year for Cultivating Community ...22
  • Fresh food markets in public housing ...24
  • Food localisation ...25
  • School gardens ...28
  • Tasty readings ...34
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Community Harvest newsletter Spring '08Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network:

­Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.


SUMMER 2007

inSIDE...
  • Gardens, gleanings and goannas ...3
  • Community growing in Perth...5
  • Garden on Fern Avenue...8
  • Sustainability focus shifts SW...10
  • Community gardens go in Sydney...12
  • Alliances focus on food...17
  • Saving rare apples in the mountains ...19
  • School garden in Black Forest ...23
  • Information sheets show how-to...24
  • New in print...26
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Community Harvest newsletter Autumn ’07Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network:

­Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.


SUMMER 2006

inSIDE...
  • Gardening our schools - the women who started it all ...3
  • Gardening our schools - Juneen Schulz reports ...4
  • Gardening our schools - connecting schools communitiues to sustainable agriculture ...8
  • Gardening our schools - the edible classrooms conference ...10
  • Gardening our schools - garden to kitchen ...12
  • Art in community gardens - embracing art in SA ...14
  • Art in community gardens - VegOut in Melbourne ....18
  • Community food systems - the Illawarra gets it own food fairness alliance ...22
  • In the news - now the good news Pigface Point saved ...24
  • In the news - community gardening reduces crime study shows ...25
  • ACFCGN award - inaugural award well deserved ...26
Download Summer 2006 colour pdf 2.24MB

 

Community Harvest newsletter Autumn ’07Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network:

­Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.


WINTER 2005

inSIDE...
  • Small, but still a Garden of Eden ...3
  • Cultivating community - it's a chook's life ...7
  • Spring news from the Garden of Celebration, Western Sydney ...8
  • Community gardening in Hong Kong ...9
  • Local food - South Pacific style - a Brisbane city farm exports its compost know-how ...11
  • Design ideas ...14
  • Enterprising ideas ....15
  • Growing community connections on the border ...16
  • Local seed networks - a new role for community gardens ...17
  • Peace Garden - a project of Centenary Uniting Church in Parramatta ...18
  • The Watershed - a sustainability resource centre ...19
  • Food communities - the food trail from garden to table ...20
  • Permaculture design - a place in community gardens ...21
  • Time for a new localism says Helena Norberg-Hodge ...23
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Community Harvest newsletter Summer ’05Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network:

­Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.


WINTER 2004

inSIDE...

  • Small, but still a Garden of Eden ...3
  • Cultivating community - it's a chook's life ...7
  • Spring news from the Garden of Celebration, Western Sydney ...8
  • Community gardening in Hong Kong ...9
  • Local food - South Pacific style - a Brisbane city farm exports its compost know-how ...11
  • Design ideas ...14
  • Enterprising ideas ....15
  • Growing community connections on the border ...16
  • Local seed networks - a new role for community gardens ...17
  • Peace Garden - a project of Centenary Uniting Church in Parramatta ...18
  • The Watershed - a sustainability resource centre ...19
  • Food communities - the food trail from garden to table ...20
  • Permaculture design - a place in community gardens ...21
  • Time for a new localism says Helena Norberg-Hodge ...23
Download Winter 2004 (pdf 792kB)

 

Community Harvest newsletter Winter ’04Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network: ­

Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.


WINTER 1999

inSIDE...
  • Taming the towers ...3
  • Gardening South Sydney’s highrise ...5
  • Sustainable Sydney ...7
  • Moving ahead in West End ...8
  • Greening Chester Hill ...9
  • The gardener cook — growing and cooking taro ...10
  • Looking good at UNSW ...12
  • Indigenous indulgences ...14
  • State by state ...15
    • Creek Road Community Garden — Hobart
    • Beelarong City Farm — Brisbane
    • Collingwood Children’s Farm — Melbourne
    • Adelaide Community Gardens
    • Darwin City Farm
  • How to contact a community garden near you ...22a
Download Winter 1999 (pdf 784kB)

 

Community Harvest newsletter Winter 1999Community HARVEST is the magazine of the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network:

­Editor: Russ Grayson media[at]communitygarden.org.au
Unacknowledged articles by Russ Grayson

Designer: Fiona Campbell
All text and images remain the copyright of their authors/producers unless otherwise stated. All care taken but no responsibility accepted for the consequences of trying anything described in Community Harvest.

 




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