Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide
This guide shows planting time periods that should allow you to get a crop in Armidale.
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We’d love to see you at the community garden. We are open on 4 afternoons a week, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from around 1pm until dusk when the chooks agree to being shut in for the night.

408824_10150610164146321_728211320_11362019_1355731538_nWe don’t have individual plots, nor formal membership, it’s all shared garden, and anyone is welcome to turn up when they can to give us a hand, or just to shop. We have tools, but best to bring your own gloves if you’d like to work in the garden as well as shopping. Anyone who works in the garden can take some lovely fresh chemical-free food away with them when they go. Produce is also sold at the Armidale Local Food Stall, Farmers’ Market first and third Sunday each month starting at 8am, Curtis Park.

Armidale Vegetable Sowing Guide PDF

Convenor: Jo Leoni

Armidale Aboriginal Community Garden

[ Thursday, 19 Jul; 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. ] Remembering Dark Town: Experimental History, Decolonisation and Archival Activism at Armidale Aboriginal Community Garden Presented by Dr Kate Wright Date: Thu 19th Jul 2018 12:00pm-1:00pm Location: Oorala Lecture Theatre, UNE, Building E22 Contact: Dr Sophia Waters {local landline prefix}3 3318 The Armidale Aboriginal Community Garden was established in 2015 as an experimental research site, and a decolonising activist platform, […] full article »

Climate Matters: Armidale Community Garden

Climate Matters: Armidale Community Garden

Six years ago a group of enthusiastic volunteers took up the challenge of turning six abandoned tennis courts into a community garden. Armidale Community Garden lies just across the creek behind the New England Regional Art Museum (NERAM), and although still very much a work in progress, it has come a long way since those […] full article »