The Collective has commenced planning and construction of our Community Garden! We have exciting workshops and community garden days coming up – watch this space for more info and how to be involved!
GSAC Community Garden Workshops
Come join us for our first Community Garden Workshop where local gardening guru Ross Adams will demonstrate how to make IBC Wicking Beds.
🗓 Saturday, April 17th
⏰ From 1 pm
📍 Community Garden at Gardiner Street Arts Collective (back car park)
❤️ Gold coin donation
Please BYO fruit and veggie seeds, seedlings, cuttings & organic mulch such as straw that you’d like to donate to our wicking beds.
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A huge heartfelt thank you to our amazing community businesses for their donations of materials for wicking beds:
💛 Hardware PLUS Truevalue
💛 Derrick’s Auto Ag
💛 BGC Moora
💛 Elders Moora
🥕 For more info visit: www.gardinerstreetartscollective.com.au/community-garden
GSAC Community Garden
Download the Community Garden Brochure here.
The Collective will commence planning and construction of our Community Garden early this year, with funding from the Shire of Moora making this project possible. We have local garden gurus Joey Seymour and Tracy Humphrey at the helm of this project and cannot wait to get stuck into the garden.
In case you missed the news of our community garden, here’s a little recap.
The Gardiner Street Arts Collective is planning to create a community garden located at the rear of the premises. Ideas have been gathered from community members and local gardening gurus who have donated their time and expertise to this project.
The goals for the garden are to:
- further enhance the Collective for both visitors, locals and artists
- to foster a friendly, supportive and spirited community of all ages using the Collective
- demonstrate gardening as a creative pursuit to local children using recycling, low-cost options and water wise principles to create a living art piece
- to welcome another group within the Moora community into the combined arts space
- to provide opportunity for showcasing indigenous gardening of local plants, providing opportunity for story telling in the future in a safe and welcoming environment for all ages
- to create a safe, meditative environment for those wishing to participate in arts activities who may need time out in a relaxing environment using aroma and colour as therapeutic modalities, and
- to give extra space and the natural environment as an opportunity for people to socialise and bond in a welcoming environment, that facilitates growth and sustainability.
The Collective are so excited to be developing up this project and cannot to share the planning and construction with our community.
We are currently looking for donations of:
» Shuttles (1000l pods)
» 44-gallon drums
» Lawn clipping
» Animal manure
» Plant cuttings and heritage seed varieties
» Recycled building materials
» Old sleepers
» Gardening tools
Upcoming gardening day workshops dates TBC
Wicking Beds Workshop
Bush Tucker Day
All About Citrus Day
Water Feature Workshop
Winter Worm Farm Workshop