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Bee Hotel

Kerryn has been busy and knocked up a bee hotel for sorrell lane. We also got to have a look at a delightful book, ‘natures gifts, answers to questions about, honey pollen, and all things bees’. it was written by … Continue reading

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Ecotherapy journey has begun

Ecotherapy journey has begun!  9 participants joined our circle around  the “campfire of the heart’  in Sorrell Lane Community Garden in North Parramatta,  on April 3 2014  to explore further what Ecotherapy is and how it can enhance one’s  life. … Continue reading

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Dot Painting the Vision

The blank canvas receives a story This morning with our teacher, local artist Geoff, we talked through the vision for the garden and the umbrella of all the related flows for our community. What came out of that conversation was … Continue reading

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Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance responds to rhetoric

The Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance has given a comprehensive response to an industry body putting down the place of community gardens in our lives. Have a read of the release here: loses-the-vegetable-plot Wouldn’t it be a major step in sustainability when we … Continue reading

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Community Garden Wentworthville

The last of the Garden Connect project visits. This time at Wentworthville Community garden. The cooking demo was held under the shade of a bird loving tree. Tom from Edible Garden gave a connection gift of two passion fruit seedlings. … Continue reading

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Community Gardens – cooking workshop connect

John Irving Park community garden visit The garden connect project kicked off with a warm welcome and a super delicious cooking workshop at John Irving Park Communty Garden.   Talk about fresh: salad greens straight from the garden and into … Continue reading

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