Due to popular demand, we are holding a workshop for grafting fruit trees.
When: 10.00am – 3pm, Saturday 5th September 2020
What: It’s a hands-on workshop demonstrating the techniques for grafting fruit trees.
Grow your own – graft your own!
Cost: $20 for the day (includes 1 free rootstock & 1 scion)
Participants will be taking home a young grafted fruit tree of their choice along with grafting knowledge from the workshop.
Flyer can be downloaded here: Flyer A5 Grafting Workshop Sept 2020.
Numbers are strictly limited to 20 so please book early for a spot
NB: This event will go ahead depending on the restrictions re: Covid19.
Grow Your Own Food Security
When: 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Friday 15th March 2019
Where: Railway Street, Moss Vale
Climate Change and Food (In)Security
Guest Speaker: Debbie Hunt
“How will climate change affect our food supply?”
“What can we do in response?”
Hands-on Activity: Plant a Square Foot Garden
Everyone Welcome: Bring some gloves & get involved
Details: Jill (0414) 545735
and on Facebook
Supporting Climate Action Initiatives Globally and Locally
Moss Vale Community Garden are open to all on on the first Sunday of the month.
From 4th November 2018 onward…10am till 1pm
19 Railway Street, Moss Vale (Next to public tennis courts)
Activities you can get involved in include:
- Organic food gardening
- Seed raising
- Worm farming
- Plant propagation
- Sharing the harvest
- Socializing, etc
For more detailed information, contact us at:
Or….Check us out on Facebook
Or…Read the event flyer here.
However you find out, we’d love for you to join us on the first Sunday of every month.
Skilled craftyperson extraordinaire, Debra Keyes, will be facilitating a hands-on & fun workshop in rustic tension tray basket making .
When: 10.00am – 2.30pm
Saturday 25th August 2018
Cost: $40 for the day (discount for members)
Basket-making materials provided.
(Feel free to bring along any extra materials)
Lunch: Lunch & morning tea provided
Numbers limited to 12. Please book by return email.
Payment by cash, cheque or electronic transfer required by 15th August.
Flyer here: Basket making Aug2018.
In conjunction with the Wingecarribee Shire council, Moss Vale Community Garden is hosting a lunch and workshop to help celebrate Plastic Free July.
8th July 2018, 10am to 1.15 pm @ Moss vale Community Garden.
- Learn how to get a thriving veggie garden and how to reuse plastic in the garden.
- Discover the journey of plastics from start to finish.
- Enjoy a delicious lunch with produce straight from the garden.
- Develop practical solutions for your community to reduce their reliance on single use plastics.
- Take home resources.
- Bees wax wraps and mesh produce bags available for purchase, made by MVCG volunteers.
** Bookings are essential. They must be made through the council website here: Wingecarribee Shire Council.
Flyer here: Flyer for publicity Plastic Free – July.
See, there is such a thing as a free lunch! We’d love to share it with you.