A Pathway to Sustainable Gardening

There are many prompts that lead people into wanting to get into gardening and grow their own food.  One of SGA’s enthusiastic volunteers tells us of…

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Guerilla Gardening with a Difference

The movement called “guerrilla gardening” has taken off around the world. It is usually gardening on an unused piece of public land to produce food…

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Yackandandah Community Garden is blooming marvellous

Yackandandah is an historic country town tucked away in foothills of the Stanley State Forest in north east Victoria. It is a warm place with a…

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Ashwood College Permaculture Food Garden – Sustainable Gardening in Good Company

Exciting things are afoot in the Ashwood College Permaculture Food Garden. New volunteer gardeners keep coming back to make a difference. They help…

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SGA Community Gardens Project successfully completed

In February 2009, bushfires of unprecedented size and ferocity swept across regional Victoria.  During the worst days of the firestorms, 173 people…

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A New Life Through Gardening

Part of the pleasure of gardening comes in the sharing of plants, seeds, learning and experience with other gardeners. There are so many stories of…

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Toolangi & Castella Community Garden

Amidst the towering Mountain Ash forests of the Kinglake Ranges in Victoria, sit the two small conjoined communities of Toolangi & Castella.  In…

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Jindivick Community Garden Open Day

Saturday 20th October 2012 from 10am to 4pm Jindivick Community Garden, at Kydd Parke Reserve in Jindivick is participating in West Gippsland’s…

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Yinnar & District Community Garden is shaping up!

A boggy paddock at the back of the old butter factory in Yinnar has been transformed into a dynamic and creative community garden that is drawing…

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Community Gardens – 12 months on, the journey continues!

It is nice to reflect on the year that has been and to acknowledge with a sense of accomplishment a year of hard work and many milestones. And I’m…

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