Some of us have our own gardens, others are not so lucky but we share the belief that community gardening can provide a terrific focal point for people, something that will draw people out and get them involved.
We reckon you might share some or all of our beliefs with us (well, you're reading this so it's not a great leap really is it?) and to achieve anything, we need you to move from "interested" to "involved", to do whatever you can to help and to express your interest.
Staying informed or getting involved is as easy as Signing up (on our home page).
Here's some information that's directly relevant to the West Brunswick Community Garden & Food Forest:
- West Brunswick Community Garden Members Handbook (how we want to be, how we run the garden, practical guidelines about what you can/can't and must/must not do in the garden, what it takes to become, be and stay a member)
- Who is on the Organising Committee of the West Brunswick Community Garden & Food Forest?
- Application to bring materials into the garden
If you're interested in finding out more about Moreland Community Gardening, we've put together a few bits and pieces below.
- What does sustainable community gardening mean to us?
- Why do we think this is important and worth doing?
- What are we trying to achieve?
- What does our organisational structure look like?
- The Moreland Community Gardening Board - what it does and who is on it
- The Moreland Community Gardening Inc. Rules (also known as our constitution) - the formal organisational rules by which MCG is run