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  • Landshare Australia

    Landshare Australia

    Landshare Australia brings together people who have a passion for home-grown food, connecting those who have land to share with those who need land for cultivating food.

    Connecting individuals, communities, schools and councils it gained 1000 users in its first three months!

    Landshare is for people who:

    • Want to grow vegetables but don't have anywhere to do it
    • Have a spare bit of land they're prepared to share
    • Can help in some way - from sharing knowledge and lending tools to helping out on the plot itself
    • Support the idea of freeing up more land for growing
    • Are already growing and want to join in the community

  • Organic School Gardens

    Organic School Gardens


    In May 2010, the Biological Farmers of Australia (BFA) launched the Organic School Gardens Program - a free organic gardening curriculum program available to all Australian primary schools and anyone with an interest in organic gardening.

    The program is designed for students aged 8 -12 years and provides practical support to schools with detailed lessons and accompanying teacher's notes for setting up and maintaining an organic school garden. Written and illustrated by Lyn Bagnall, author of highly acclaimed and twice-published gardening guide Easy Organic Gardening and Moon Planting.


  • Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network

    Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network

    The Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network website connects green thumbs all over Australia by helping people set up community gardens. The website features information about organic gardening, setting up gardens, landsharing, composting, bees, local events and more.

  • Reduce your footprint

    Reduce your footprint

    Reduce Your Footprint  presents inspiration, ideas and the unique opportunity to share your experience, tips and advice with others on living sustainably with your local community in the Sydney Eastern Suburbs.

    The website and the various projects and activities contained within it is the result of a collaboration between Randwick, Waverley and Woollahra Councils and their communities, to work together to help reduce the community-wide Ecological Footprint of residents living in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. This partnership is supported by the New South Wales Government through its Environmental Trust.


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