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Garden to sprout this month

02 Oct 2009

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Dockland’s experimental community garden in Victoria Harbour will be officially opened at 2.00pm on Sunday, October 18.

Organiser Emily Ballantyne-Brodie said she hoped the Urban Reforestation Project would inspire and assist Docklands residents to establish and design a long-term community garden.

A temporary site is being established on the waterfront in front of the Dock 5 building.  An ARKit portable building was installed on September 23.  Above-ground garden beds and fencing will follow.

“Members of the urban reforestation team also plan to run interesting workshops and talks from the garden site on relating to urban greening and agriculture,” Ms Ballantyne-Brodie said.

Please visit the Urban Reforestation website for more information: http://www.urbanreforestation.com and if you have any questions or queries please drop by the site to visit or email Ms Ballantyne-Brodie on (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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