Create A Vertical Garden & Learn How To Turn Garden Waste Into Rich Nutrients In The Gap

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The Brisbane City Council is dedicated to helping residents turn their kitchen scraps into nutrients for soil for more sustainable communities. They have partnered with several community gardens and have been giving free workshops.

In The Gap and elsewhere, sustainable gardening is rapidly gaining a foothold in many home gardens as residents join the community’s efforts to reduce waste, improve one’s carbon footprint, and lead a green lifestyle.

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At the Yoorala Street Community Garden on 20 May from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., join like-minded locals use recycled pallets to make vertical gardens as taught by Vertical Garden specialist, Shane Sadkowsky. He will teach simple design techniques and principles so you can easily do it at home.

Event goers are instructed to bring their own PET bottle for use in the workshop.

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On 27 May, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., head on over to the Paten Park Native Nursery for the council’s compost and worm farming workshop. Immerse yourself in the beauty of turning your garden waste into rich nutrients for your soil to feed your plants.

Bookings are essential for both events. You can call 3403 8888.