Eat Well Tasmania
 
 

Eat Well Grow Well Project

 

Eat Well Grow Well

supporting the Tasmanian Community Garden Network

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To watch the Eat Well Grow Well Community Garden DVD click here: http://www.youtube.com/user/eatwelltas

The Eat Well Grow Well Communities (EWGW) Project was a twelve month partnership initiative of Eat Well Tasmania, funded by the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.

  The project aimed to: 

  • support existing community gardens.
  • provide networking support, information and advice to communities on establishing community gardens.
  • develop a "how to" resource manual and DVD based on the process of establishing a community garden at Glenorchy Primary School and existing gardens in disadvantaged areas.
  • establish a mentoring program.
  • strengthen the Community Garden Network.
  • showcase and celebrate effective models of community gardens with a state gathering.

For further information contact:

Nenita Orsino
Executive Officer

norsino@eatwelltas.org.au

Phone (03) 6223 1266

Database - Tasmanian Community Garden Network

 

What is a Community Garden?

A place in a neighbourhood or with an organisation, where people come together and grow food, flowers and herbs, sharing skills, time, resources and have celebrations.

There are different types of Community Gardens.

Community gardens can be a space for people to come together from all ages and backgrounds and creating a culture of care and trust.

 

Tasmanian Community Garden Network Working GroupCommunity Gardening

  • Promoting and advocating for community gardening in Tasmania (media, brochures, and starting a community garden in our own neighbourhood!);
  • Sharing information, resources and expertise (how to create and maintain community gardens, workshops at community gardens, funding, etc.) via email, meetings (at gardens) and events.

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