Coffs Regional Community gardens

Understanding soil

Understanding Soil Health – Sunday Nov 22nd

In this workshop we will discuss how to assess your soil health in relation to growing healthier plants.  We will look soil analysis, existing plant indicators, the soil biome, pH of soil and its implications and adjustments. We will also discuss the importance of organic matter, mulch, composts, natural fertilizers, worms, fungal relationships, legumes and liquid…

Carnivourous plants

Bugs Beware – Growing Carnivorous Plants – workshop Sept. 27th

Come and learn about the different types of carnivorous plants you can easily grow in the region. We will discuss their similarities and differences, appropriate growing conditions required and their effectiveness in controlling insect populations. Discover some of the local species of carnivorous plants on the day and where you can view them in nature.There will…


Workshop 24th May 2015 ‘Love food hate waste’ from 10.30am

In NSW on average every household throws away about $1000 worth of edible food each year – that’s a total of 1.1 million tonnes of food waste in NSW alone! Come along to this participatory workshop and learn about meal planning, correct storage how, to reduce food waste and some inspirational ways to use leftovers.…

Asassin bug in action

‘Using Plants and Fowers to Reduce Garden Pests’ Workshop at the CRCG – 26th April Presented By Steve McGrane

Ever heard of an insect reservoir or how having one will assist your garden to thrive? How about getting help from a HIPPO? If not, then come along to this very informative workshop! You will learn about the fascinating behaviour and lifecycle of your garden insects, including information on how to assess the population, what…

Coffs Creek bank

Creek bank rehabilitation project at the Coffs regional community gardens 8th March from 9am

Coffs Regioanl Landcare and Coffs Regional Community Gardens are holding a joint rehabilitation project on the Coffs creek tributary that runs on the northern side of the community garden. This  Sunday the  8th of March from 9am, Aaron Hartley of CHCC will be onsite to facilitate the project. The creek banks  will be nicely prepared…

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