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What are community gardens? A DIY approch to growing food in our cities: discussion sheet (2008)

Author

Sydney Food Fairness Alliance, Food Fairness Illawarra

Publisher

Sydney Food Fairness Alliance, Food Fairness Illawarra

City

Illawarra, NSW

Type

Leaflet

 

Description

This factsheet aims to answer the question 'What are community gardens?' and discusses some of the benefits that community gardens can bring to a community, such as providing a source of fresh, nutritious food and encouraging outdoor exercise, as well as helping to create a stronger sense of community leading to a safer and friendlier place for families.

Other topics covered in the factsheet:

This is not an Indigenous specific resource.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

When to use this resource

This factsheet provides useful background information, to help the reader decide whether they wish to investigate the subject in more detail.

Contact details

For further information on Food Fairness Illawarra activities and projects:
Healthy Cities Illawarra
Ph: (02) 4226 5000
Email: programs@healthyillawarra.org.au

or
Email: mail@foodfairnessillawarra.org.au

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Last updated: 24 June 2014
 
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