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Business & Community Community Gardens
Council recognises community gardening as a valuable recreational activity that contributes to health and well-being, positive social interaction, community development, environmental education and sustainable principles, and sustainable use of open space.
For inspiration on growing your own food, visit Food & Garden.
No formal meeting times. A NSW Department of Housing community garden for residents of the complex.Type: Individual plots Contact: Jan Feltonjan.email@example.com
This group meets on the first Saturday and third Sunday of the month between 9.30am - midday and every Wednesday of the month from 9.30am. Type: Shared gardens Contact: Janet Francejanetfrance@optusnet.com.au
This group meets fortnightly on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 10am - 12pm Type: Shared gardens Contact: Mary Ann Irvinmaryann.firstname.lastname@example.org
No formal meeting times.Type: Shared gardens Contact: Jan Feltonjan.email@example.com
This group meets on Sunday mornings.Type: Shared gardens Contact: Sue Howessue.firstname.lastname@example.org
This group meets on Sunday mornings.Type: Shared gardens Contact: Sue Howes email@example.com
Opening July 2019 and planned to be shared gardens. Contact: Jan Feltonjan.firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a procedure for groups wishing to form new community gardens in Willoughby. Residents are encouraged to work in partnership with Council and other organisations in the establishment of new community gardens. Establishing a community garden can be a complex process that requires consultation with a range of stakeholders. There are a number of issues that need to be considered before a community garden is initiated.
Learn about Organic Gardening in this series of workshops. This series will cover an introduction to organics, designing vegetable gardens, composting and soils, growing seedlings and natural pest control.
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