What is a Community Garden?
Community gardens are great places to grow a sense of community and to build connections, as well as to grow food! Many community and neighbourhood centres have an association with a community garden.
Community gardens and city farms are places where people come together to grow fresh food, to learn, relax and make new friends. This website provides a map of all the gardens across SA and Australia. Please encourage any community gardens not on the map to do so!
Community gardens are at the heart of healthy and sustainable neighbourhoods. By improving people’s diets and physical activity levels, and by combating social isolation, community gardens improve a neighbourhood’s all-round physical and mental health.
A great network to share skills, knowledge, successes and failures.
This broader network grew out of the 2016 Edible Adelaide events and a collective vision for a transition to a more regenerative local food system.
Pleasurable food education teaches Australian children positive food habits through fun, hands-on learning.
To inspire, inform and connect communities to create a sustainable future.
Ripe Near Me believe that backyards, front yards, balconies, roofs, vacant blocks and other empty urban spaces are perfectly good places to grow food, so why not utilise them?
Helpful tips and advice on how to improve biodiversity in your garden.