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

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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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