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Backyard Habitat Workshop

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On Sunday the 18th of April 2021 between 10am and 12 noon we are holding a workshop in our garden, run by Peter Nolan. (Native Bee Man)
Building a backyard habitat pond to attract frogs and other wildlife.
We will be creating one in our garden with those who would like to attend.
Cost will be $20 a head.
We can take bookings now if you would like to participate,
Text, email or call Michael to confirm on 0448 739 373        michaelhyland57@hotmail.com

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Garden Working Bee

 The community garden is open again following the Covid-19 restrictions being eased. The garden is opened for business as usual with  social distancing still to be observed.
Any one with any health issues need to stay away reducing the risk.
There are no restrictions regards age so long as you are well.
Working Bees are held on the first and third Sunday of the month between the hours of 9am - 1pm.

The Next Garden working Bee will be April 11, 2021 between 0900-1300hrs.


This coming Sunday morning there will be a change to the normal program. Some of the garden produce will be processed (preserved) so we can continue to enjoy it through the season ahead
There are still some garden activities for those who prefer to be outdoors which are as follows-
1. Removal of over mature leaves on leafy greens
2. Pathways need weeding
3. Removal of old crops
4. Mulching food forest area
5. Planning for the season ahead

So come along and enjoy a morning with your volunteer friends in the garden
Looking forward to seeing you there


A big thank you for all those who have been involved in the community garden last year
We have continued to move forward with the garden even though we have reduced our plantings in our main garden beds, but we have increased our food forest area markedly which is exciting to see (looking great).
Please feel free to drop in and check out the garden when you are able

Time to chat and also plan regards the future of our community garden.
We would love to see you in the garden this Sunday even if at a distance.
Happy gardening.

A garden is a grand teacher. It teaches patience and careful watchfulness; it teaches industry and thrift; above all it teaches entire trust.

Gertrude Jekyll
 

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