Holsworthy Community Garden Unearthed

The gathering held on 24th February was able to weed and mat (cardboard layers) and mulch the rest of the Bush Tucker Garden –

Harvest over 7 kgs of cucumbers, capsicum and tomatoes (see more photos below); harvest and turn 3 compost bays (the first full harvest of compost which will be used by the Table to Table course students (Holsworthy HS) in building their first garden bed this week. The pond area was cleaned of litter and several areas of the SCRAP Centre and the garden were mowed.

Our next gathering will be a Special Event to be held on Saturday 16th March from 8am to 1pm which will welcome visiting  Quechua Elders, Tayta and Sasha and renowned Argentinian filmakers Prof. Pablo Ratto and Hernan Pepe.

To celebrate the event, Glen Pritchard will put on a Lamb BBQ using one of his specially designed spit roasts

(accompanied by salads from the garden). 

All welcome but a cost of $12 per head applies, to cover costs.

Please call Peter on 0400 982 516 to book as numbers limited to 30 people.

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