We have recently compiled the history of Dunstan Reserve Food Forest, from the early 1990s to today. Click this link to read it, and if you’d like to contribute, please get in touch!
WBCG features in the U3AMoreland newsletter
Register for our FREE ‘Grow Your Own Way’ course!
This is a special call out for youth/adults experiencing some kind of disadvantage, including: mental health challenges, any form of disabilities, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Asylum seekers, migrants, lgbtqia+ members, older people, any other.
Have you had a hard last year and need to reconnect with nature and meet like minded community members?
Are you a Moreland resident and would love to join the amazing West Brunswick Community Garden?
Would you like to increase your gardening knowledge and join the awesome Angelo Eliades, facilitator of the courses?
Don’t wait any longer and come and join our 8-week course beginning next week (14th April).
- Two courses will run in parallel (am and pm sessions), with 12-15 participants in each of them.
- We have funds to receive 1 support staff/per group if needed (please get in touch if this is needed).
- Participation is free.
- Upon completion, participants will receive a 12 month free membership to West Brunswick Community Garden.
- Questions? Contact Fransisca: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please visit this link for further information and to register your attendance.
Moreland Community Gardening thanks VicHealth through the Reimagining Health Grant for the funds to make this possible.
Community gardens & composting with Lena Be!
Big thank you to Lena Be (facebook.com/lena.bauckhage.1) for chatting with Libby and Richard about all things community gardening and composting! It will make you feel all warm and fuzzy about community gardens, promise. Watch below!