2016 has been a big year for the Australian City Farms and Community Gardens Network. For several years now the ACFCGN management Committee has discussed and researched the pros and cons of having a paid membership system.
The Spire Community Garden were lovely hosts of the second network gathering for 2016, including a compost workshop with Alan Shepherd and the resident bees…
3000acres are working with a number of groups in Melbourne to help them secure a place to grow food – why not help them achieve their big dreams….
The committee of Harvest Corner Community Garden in Gray, NT have teamed up with The Smith Family and Tropiculture Australia to provide workshops for Roseberry Middle School for the second year running. The workshops have once again been a great syuccess with the students really engaging and learning a lot from the experience.
A FRIEND alerted me this morning to the impending sale of public open space at Suffolk Park that reportedly includes a community garden as well as a children’s playground.
The Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network is excited to have our ambassador, Costa Georgiadis (host of Gardening Australia) celebrating our 20 years with us.
If you are actively involved in city farms and community gardens in Australia, join us in Perth on Saturday 1 October as we celebrate 20 years of networking city farms and community gardens around Australia. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL by Tuesday 27 October to help us with catering and make sure that our venue is big enough to cater for the number of bookings…
They aim to do good at every part of the food chain…
Call out! Northey Street City Farm is seeking low impact makers, crafters, artists, herbalists and clothing designers committed to using ecologically friendly practices and re-purposed items and materials.
RECENTLY CULTIVATING COMMUNITY conducted a webinar for local government discussing some of the success factors we’ve identified in community food projects.