If you’ve started a community gardening and food-growing project we’d like to hear from you
According to Australian writer Stephanie Wood, the role of community gardens are “more crucial than ever” and can act as a “point of connection between the old and the new, the haves and have-nots”. For Wood, working in her community garden has taught her more than just about plants. She has learnt about managing disappointment and success as well as coping with approaches different to her own.
Are you part of a community food growing project? If so we’d like to hear from you.