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.
- 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: email@example.com.
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.
Meeting ID: 874 2626 4251
We can’t garden together right now, but that hasn’t stopped us from thinking about the future of West Brunswick Community Garden, and how we can make it as wonderful as possible for our members and the local community.
To record our plans and ideas, we’ve created an Amenity Plan, a document that identifies the areas where we will focus our resources over the coming months (and possibly years…given the current COVID-19 situation).
You can read the full document here. You’ll see that we’ve set out a bunch of actions that will help us achieve our goals. If there’s something you’d like to be involved with, please let Jess (the Community Gardening Coordinator) know at firstname.lastname@example.org. The more hands on board the better!
We hope you are managing to take part in some safe and socially distanced gardening at the moment, whether it’s at the community garden following our COVID-19 safety rules, in your own backyard, or even on your windowsill.