What The HEC | Seed Libraries – growing community gardeners

Seed libraries have been popping up all over Adelaide. They are inspiring and supporting residents to grow edible plants – creating healthier and more connected communities.

Mon, Mar 04, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT+10:30, Online event

Microsoft Virtual Events Powered by Teams

This online session is for staff and volunteers coordinating seed libraries. Hear tips on what works well, share and learn about different models, and join in a conversation to help tackle common challenges. The shared knowledge will help coordinators strengthen systems that work for council, volunteers and the community. 

Session outline:

  • case study: City of Tea Tree Gully Seed Library with Courtney Brook, Library Programs Officer
  • group round – quick updates on current programs and plans
  • discussion – sharing ideas for effective programs

Contact natalya.giffney@sa.gov.au for further information.

Seed Libraries – growing community gardeners

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