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Community Garden Group

 

Meet someone new with a cuppa in the garden each Wednesday at 1pm.

Whether you have your own gardening tips and tricks, or you can not tell the difference between a weed and seed, then the Sale Neighbourhood House community garden is the place for you. Gardening has many health benefits such as feelings of empowerment, connection and creative calm.

Come along to the house and explore a weekly planner of activities in the garden.

Community Garden Centre

 

Sale Neighbourhood Houses’ Community Garden Centre provides an opportunity to Sale and surrounds, with a focus on community connectedness, lifelong learning, sharing, and an increase of social skills and networking abilities.

Our Garden Centre provides various seasonal fruit and vegetables when available for community members to help themselves to – in addition to propagated plants available at a reasonable price. Our garden is also open to seed exchange and is managed and maintained by community members who show leadership with their skills and knowledge.

Free.

Gardening Group

 

Share our lovely community garden. Gardening is a great way to meet new people, unwind, grow beautiful fresh produce, and support good health. Volunteers to help maintain our garden space and grow fresh produce would be greatly appreciated. If you have a passion for gardening, get in touch. You don’t have to stay for the whole time, come in and stay as long as you can/would like. 

Community Garden

 

Weekly event at Rosedale Community House.

Includes a monthly food swap on the first day of the month – if you grow it, cultivate it, create it, preserve it, strike it, make it, bake it…. (baked and bottled goods must have ingredients list, name and phone number on label)… bring it and enjoy the many other items you could take.

Community Garden open 24/7

 

Feel free to ‘grab a bag’ from the book case in Wurruk to get some ingredients from the garden for dinner.

The Wurruk Community Garden beds were generously funded by Connect Well – East Gippsland + Wellington.

The Horticultural team from TAFE Gippsland did a fantastic job of building the garden beds

Community Garden Access 24/7

 

Our beautiful community garden is open to all the community.

Feel free to stroll around and pull a few weeds or pick some veg for your own use.

Just please don’t take everything.

Growing, caring and displaying succulents

 

Work on projects together and ones you can do at home on your own.

Learn what interesting pots and dishes you can use and how to drill them safely, so they drain well.

Garden Appreciation

 

Visit a different garden each month and get tips on how to grow plants in your own garden

Discover Horticulture

 

If you enjoy working in a hands-on environment or putting your practical skills to the test, then this course is for you! This exciting 7-week course held at Wild Food Farm in Rhyll with an expert horticulturist, will provide you valuable skills in plant growth, soils, machinery operation and disease control, establishing and maintaining garden beds and experiencing everything the horticulture industry has to offer in a fun and practical environment. You’ll also develop the ability to identify, select, cultivate appropriate varieties of Australian native plants.

Silver Banksia Native Plant Group

 

The Silver Banksia native plant group meets at the Centre on Monday mornings.

Learning and sharing information about native/indigenous plants of our area, weed identification, propagation and seed collection as well as some ‘out n about’ activities.

There is also interest in establishing a native plant nursery in the district and partnering with other groups to undertake larger planting/revegetation projects.

You can be as involved as much or little as you like.

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