The Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network invites you to take our annual survey of community gardens. The survey takes about 5 minutes to complete and captures important information about how community gardens operate and benefit their communities.
Bright, fun and creative is a good description of The Vegetable Plot, a group of musicians with a radical message of good food and good health. That is why the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network (ACFCGN) is partnering with them.
September 2011 This Plan of Management has been prepared by Newtown Sustainability Group for the Camdenville Paddock Community Garden site to: Provide information on the use of the community garden site by members of the group. Encourage a cooperative and positive relationship between community gardeners and Camdenville Public School. Minimise the risk to the health […]
Are you passionate about urban farming and community? Want to be a farmer with land to make your own while educating and inspiring others with your passion for sustainable food systems? CERES is seeking an Urban Farmer to manage two micro enterprises: Honey Lane Market Garden and Honey Lane Eggs. Working with volunteers and students […]
Community agriculture in a southern NSW town Take the right road, follow the right turns, and tucked away in the backblocks of Nowra you will find the SPN Community Garden. The garden occupies land on the edge of a large block owned by a religious organisation, There, on the edge of the bush, are garden […]
Winter crops in bloom After a quiet weekend away in the hills of the Lamington National Park, I took the opportunity to call in and see the team from the Beechmont Community Garden. Met the lovely Laura who was busy on the BBQ and got a little insight into what they are up to. New […]
The Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network are pledging our official support of The Vegetable Plot. The Vegetable Plot are an award-winning bunch of roots musicians who have sprung from the underground on a radical mission: to get kids to fall in love with vegetables! We want to show our support for this amazing […]
Your committee has been very active. 2018 is shaping up to be a very productive year…
ShareWaste is a great online way to connect people who want to recycle their kitchen waste with neighbours who are already composting, keep chickens or have worm farms.
Weather forecast for this Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May — sunny max 25 — perfect — come and join us at Perth City Park for our WA community garden gathering