The AGM is your opportunity to learn more about our amazing national community garden movement. It also is an opportunity to play a formal role in ACFCGN by standing for a committee position.
ACFCGN invites gardens to take the online community garden survey so that we can provide good information about the trends and status of gardens right around the country. The deadline was Monday 8 October.
ACFCGN are excited to let members know that the Australian Urban Research Network (AURIN) has reached out and offered to support the Garden Map Directory that we currently manage.
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.
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.
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 […]
ACFCGN’s AGM and President’s Report @ CERES — 7, 8 October 2017, by Peta Christensen
Now here’s an opportunity for your community garden — being featured on the front cover of your local phone book.
7-8 October 2017 — for the ACFCGN annual gathering and AGM at CERES on Saturday 7 October and garden tours in Geelong on Sunday 8 October 2017.
IT HAS BEEN 20 years since the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network bloomed into existence like a seed in fertile soil. It started when Fiona Campbell and I called a meeting at the old (and now demolished) Randwick Community Centre of what we imagined would be the mere handful of community gardeners in Sydney.