Last Saturday 42 people attended a workshop at the Goulburn Community Garden to learn about the benefits of water wise wicking beds and their construction.
The course, run by Daniel Hartwell from Crookwell, was held as a result of a grant from Southern NSW Local Health District to encourage a healthy lifestyle and healthy living by growing organic vegetables. The group welcomed newly elected Wendy Tuckerman to the garden.
If you missed this workshop there will be another one held in early spring.
Next Saturday, May 18, there will be a free composting workshop using the newly revamped compost bins, made possible by a donation from the Veolia Mulwaree Trust and a lot of hard work by resident composter, Steven Roe. Steven will be conducting the workshop which will commence at 10am at the Goulburn Community Garden (behind the Uniting Church). Everyone is welcome.
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