As part of a grant from South Sydney Waste Board, Sydney Environmental and Soil Laboratory carried out soil tests in community gardens in the Board’s area in mid-2000. These are the results for Waterloo Community Garden. They are presented here to give commuity gardeners an idea of the information a professional soil analysis discloses. Test […]
This 1995 evaluation of Sydney’s community gardens, with a brief 2006 update, assesses community gardening in terms of relevance, impact, efficiency, effectiveness, progress and sustainability…
Tasmania’s Community & School Garden Network occasional newsletters
Community gardens involve residents in sharing in the creation, maintenance and rewards of gardening. They provide food, recreation and therapeutic opportunities for a community. They can also promote environmental awareness and provide community education.
Where they exist, community gardens form an important part of a city’s public open space network.
Management Plan – Torquay and Jan Juc Community Garden, Victoria Prepared by: Max Broadley, November 2002. Preamble The Community Garden project was first tabled to the Shire in the form of Community Development Grant proposal in November 2000. This grant was approved. In the past two years the community garden project has attracted a dedicated […]
This is a document produced by Waterloo community gardeners outlining participant responsibility and regulations for the use of the community garden. Rhonda is a community worker presently working in community waste education with South Sydney Council.
POLICY – Randwick Community Organic Garden THIS POLICY IS EFFECTIVE FROM 14TH APRIL 1997 Aims promote a harmonious mix of the diverse approaches to sustainable gardening encourage the spirit of cooperation, consultation, community pride and achievement making productive use of waste land to acquire, share and increase knowledge and practice of organic gardening cooperate with […]