New Produce Swap for Adelaide

Illustration by Joel Catchlove

Illustration by Joel Catchlove

Walyo Yerta

Community Garden in Adelaide’s inner-city parklands has launched yet another ‘Urban Orchard’, a project to enable people swap and share homegrown and gleaned produce.

“If you’ve planted a dozen seeds and they’ve all come up and you don’t have room to plant them,  bring them along to the garden and help yourself to goodies that others provide.  And if you have nothing to spare, come along anyway and help yourself, because the idea is simply to share our abundance.  No strings attached.  No registration or membership required,” said garden co-ordinator Mij Tanith.

The garden will be hosing a free exchange of produce, seeds and plants every Sunday between 9am and noon.

For more information on the Urban Orchard, visit Friends of the Earth Adelaide’s website or read Joel Catchlove’s article in the ABC Organic Gardener Magazine

For more information on Walyo Yerta’s Urban Orchard,  email the garden coordinator <mij.tanith [at]>

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