Tropical Garden Gathering & Communal Harvest

October 16, 2014

October 16, 2014

4:00 pm To 6:00 pm

Lakeside Drive, Alawa

Event Description

Interested in hands on tropical gardening?

Enthused about growing your own organic fruit, herbs and vegetables to share with your family and friends?

Want to get grubby after work?

Join us on a Thursday afternoon be prepared to work on something in the garden whether its the weeds or to nibble on some sweet leaf.

Organizers

Lakeside Drive Commuity Garden

http://www.cdu.edu.au/ldcg/

Short description—organiser

Our vision is for Lakeside Drive Community Garden (LDCG) to be a welcoming space where all members of the community come together to share skills, vegies and smiles. Collectively we hope to create a thriving, healthy centre for producing food, knowledge and inspiration based on permaculture ethics, principles and design.

LDCG has a large collectively managed community garden with vegetable gardens, fruit trees, tool shed, nursery, compost bays. The garden also hosts areas for community groups, schools, local businesses and families to have their own food producing plots.

The primary aim of LDCG is to bring food production into urban areas by providing a safe and welcoming community space for people from diverse backgrounds to learn about organic gardening and sustainability.

No booking required, just turn up!

Contact Information

ldcgarden@gmail.com

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