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Category: Info sheet

INFO SHEET: Thinking about safety

A guide to safety in the community garden... keeping gardening safe for all...

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INFO SHEET: Community gardening

Community gardens are found on land owned by local government, schools, churches, and on state government social housing estates.

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INFO SHEET: Organic gardening

Organic gardening is an approach to growing food, ornamentals, and native plants using a combination of traditional and scientific gardening techniques.

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INFO SHEET: Creative composting

Composting turns our kitchen and garden wastes into plant food — almost 50 percent of waste produced in the home

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INFO SHEET: Creating good soils

Fertile, nutritious soils are the basis of prolific, productive organic gardens.

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INFO SHEET: No-dig or mulch gardening

No-dig gardening reuses waste newspaper and cardboard. Food and garden wastes are turned into compost. Recycled materials such as crushed

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INFO SHEET: Using water wisely

Combined with the compost and mulch, harvesting and using rainwater is another water-conserving technique...

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INFO SHEET: Making a food forest

In designing our home or community garden we can increase the quantity and diversity of food it yields if we include a forest garden, sometimes called

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