Why we believe in community gardening

Our outreach community gardening, first known as Common Sense Growers, began in 2007 to meet the demand from local community groups and organisations looking for support in developing their own growing spaces.

We are motivated by the social, economic, health, environmental and community benefits achieved when people grow food in the spaces around them.We are committed to bringing those benefits to as many people as possible, including marginalised and vulnerable groups.

Through our outreach gardening, we want to encourage the development of many new food growing spaces and to bring more communities together around the growingand enjoyment of food in a common space.

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