Bungendore Farmers Market is trialling going weekly through April and May 2016!
Come along, our local market gardens are bursting with produce and we would love to get more local food on more local plates.
Join us every Saturday in April and May 2016 from 9AM to 1PM at the Bungendore Memorial Hall.
The market dates for March 2016 are: 12 March 2016 and 26 March 2016.
Are you interested in gardening? Would you like to learn more about permaculture, worm farming and food forests?
To find out more about what we are doing and meet other members of the community with interests in local food production and sustainability, download the Bungendore Community Garden brochure and come to our next meeting at the Bungendore Community Garden!
Everyone is welcome. Hope to see you soon.
The Palerang Action Network for Sustainability (Future PLANS) has partnered with the Lake George Men’s Shed to build 20 bird nest boxes. We are holding an information session on the value of providing bird nesting boxes, the plight of hollow nesting birds in a changing environment, how to build boxes and a demonstration on how to put one up.
Guest Speakers will include David McDonald from the Canberra Ornithologists Group who will speak about the bird species we have built boxes for and why providing nesting sites is important in our environment.
Penny Kothe from Caroola Farm will also be at the gathering to provide information on the community garden and talk about growing garlic.
Join our Permaculture Interest Group on the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month at Bungendore Community Gardens from 10am to 12noon.
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Bungendore’s Community Garden is located next to the Bowling Club at Turallo Terrace, on the edge of Bungendore Common.
The garden was established in 2009 and is managed by Bungendore Landcare who meet irregularly to organise community garden activities, local tree-planting and maintenance and other events.
New members are most welcome.
Contact Convenor David Watson on 62381234 to find out about Landcare and the Community Garden.