Sunday 5th May 2024 : 10.00am – 2.00pm
Railway St, Moss Vale (by the tennis courts)

Celebrating International Permaculture Day

11.00am Presentation on recycling, up cycling and reusing items by Alyssa, Education Officer from WSC.

1.00pm Worm farm demonstration  – natures great recyclers.

To print our flyer click this link : Mega Autumn Sale

Spring Plant Sale

Saturday 28th October 2023 : 10.00am – 1.00pm
Railway St, Moss Vale (by the tennis courts)

Vegetable seedlings, fruit trees, potted food plants

We have locally raised, organic:

  • berries – raspberries, strawberries, thorn-less blackberries
  • potted fruit trees – elderberry, figs, grapes and more
  • rhubarb, daylilies, bearded iris, tree dahlias
  • herbs – thyme, oregano, sorrel, Lebanese cress etc
  • spring vegetable seedlings, and
  • other unusual plants

To print our flyer click this link : Spring Sale 2023

An Introduction to Biochar by Mark Williamson (Biochar workshop facilitator)

Two significant developments in soil management in recent years can have important improvements for anyone interested in managing soils. Bio-Char and high fungal composts are both individually significant and the combination of both is greater than the sum of the parts. Both were demonstrated on the 22nd of July 8:30am at the Moss Vale Community Garden Centre.

Through seeing various examples of charcoal production and then inoculating the char it was hoped that participants were be able to produce this important soil amendment. Related to the inoculation process, a demonstration setup and management of a Johnson-Su high fungal compost system was also part of the day’s activities.

There is lots of debate about the long-term significance of these processes in the global context. Being able to efficiently produce and gain advantage from these processes is an excellent way to both enhance our own results and improve agricultural outcomes wherever the larger debate ends up.

These techniques are relevant to anyone seeking good soil outcomes. Farmers, orchardists, gardeners, reveg practitioners, and landscapers will benefit from gaining these skills and understanding their benefits.

Knowing how these beneficial processes are done is an important first step.

BIO-CHAR Workshop

WHEN: Saturday 22nd July 2023 : 8.30am – 3.00pm

HOSTED BY: Moss Vale Community Garden
Railway St, Moss Vale (by the Tennis Courts)

COST: $25.00 per person for the day (includes m/tea)
Registration essential. Bookings close: 18th July. Numbers limited.

HOW: phone Jill on 0414 545 735 or email
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More details here: Bio-Char workshop details

World Environment Day

Moss Vale Community Garden is hosting a World Environment Day event.

When: Sunday 5th June

What: regenerative gardening through hot compost and aerated compost tea.

How: phone Jill on 0414 545 735 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required