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The Annual General Meeting will be held at 10.00am on Sunday the 21st August, inside the Combine Street Community Garden. A new Committee that will lead the Garden’s plans and projects for the year will be elected.
October Sunday the 7th- Waterways land care project / building ponds and pathways. Saturday the 13th, – No-dig gardening/ Plot building. Sunday the 14th, – Waterways land care project / Planting native aquatic species. Saturday the 20th, – Waterways land care project / Planting bush tucker plants. Sunday the 21st, – Container Gardening &…
Fresh home made pizzas are best made on a wood fired pizza oven. Learn how to build one from blocks and clay sourced on our site. If you missed out on the Edible Forest Workshops in June here is another chance to be involved. We will be designing a second food forest from the ground up, identifying plants suitable to our local climates and utilising microclimatesfor a productive orchard. Also, join us at the Harbourside Markets on the Jetty Foreshores for this joint event between the Coffs Community Gardens and the Harbourside Markets. There will be heaps of gardening stalls…
~ Free Events ~ All Welcome ~
On Sunday 17th June, 24th June & 1st July, we are providing a series of workshops, each day focusing on different elements of our food forest. We will cover some of the theory behind edible forest gardening as well as being a hands on experience to get you comfortable in establishing your own productive environment. The edible forest garden is a perennial polyculture that is designed to change and evolve like a natural forest while providing food and enjoyment for humans, birds, animals and the earth.
It’s International Composting Awareness Week and we are excited! To celebrate Coffs Community Garden invites you to our first public event on Saturday 12 May 2012 9:00am – 12:30am. During the day we shall hold two great workshops and host a local school competition of some of the most creative designs of worm farms I have ever seen – all made from recycled materials.