Back in May 2017, a collection of community garden representatives gathered together for the inaugural NSW Northern Rivers Community Garden Convergence…
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.
IN WHAT IS PROBABLY Sydney’s smallest community garden, visitors on Sunday got a big welcome.
Great bunch of people and fantastic food growing, recycling of waste to chooks, worms and compost, beautiful building and signage. Inspiring. All that despite rain and wind and cold.
PLANTS AND PEOPLE come together in community gardens to create a sense of place, a sense of community and belonging. So it was in July 2015 when the Sydney Region Community Garden Network brought together people from the city and the urban fringe farming district around Camden for its seasonal gathering.
THE OCCASIONAL BURSTS of cold wind off the harbour did little to diminish the conviviality of the circle sharing their community garden stories this afternoon at Rose Bay Community Garden.
Our MeetUPs are an informal social gathering where gardeners have a chance to share the highlights of what has been going on in their garden and look for ideas to help with those things that are not going as well as they would like.
Report by Jane Mowbray, 10 August 2014 Thank you (again) Carss Park Community Garden for a wonderful regional gathering yesterday. Eight community gardens were represented: Miranda Carss Park James St Redfern Bundeena Randwick Mort Bay in Balmain Glovers Garden in Lilyfield and Addison Rd Garden in Marrickville. Also present was Inner West Seed Savers, the […]
Meet up with other gardeners and find out what’s happening in your gardens and suburbs.
This is an exciting opportunity to meet up with like minded community gardeners from all over the extended Sydney region, and also for us to talk about and others to see what we are doing locally here in the Blue Mountains.