Date: Thu 26 May 2022
Time: 7pm-8pm
Cost: Free
Registrations: via Zoom
Further info:
Gawler Environment Centre / 0413 694 477

Across Australia, verge gardens have become an increasingly popular form of community gardening. Verge gardens are gardens that people establish in the strip of council land beside the footpath at the front of their house. Join Janet Willoughby, Open Space Community Planner from the City of Charles Sturt, to hear all about their successful Verges Alive project and get some inspiration for creating your own verge garden.

Establishing and maintaining verge gardens can be an excellent way of getting to know your neighbours, building a strong sense of community, and adding to the biodiversity and beauty of your local street.

Presented by Gawler Environment Centre and Greater Adelaide Environment Network. Supported by Northern & Yorke and Hills & Fleurieu Landscape Boards and Green Adelaide through the Landscape Priorities Fund.