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Thanks PJS Plumbing!!! The generous staff at PJS have donated plumbing supplies so that we can fix the leaky pipes going to the rainwater tank in our community garden. This will allow our tank to harvest water off the roof much more efficiently, and means less reliance on mains water. Yippee! 24 Newton Street Broadmeadow […]
A local graphic artist has generously agreed to donate her time and skill to create a new logo for our community garden – Habitat in Harmony Her designs are quirky, sleek and colorful! See more of her work here A huge thank you goes to Anneliese for supporting BNC.
Have you heard about No-Dig gardening? It’s much less work, it’s kind on your back, it’s great for friendly soil organisms, plus you get veggies! We are running a No-Dig gardening workshop at Habitat in Harmony Community Garden this coming Thursday the 31st at 10:30-12:30. It’s free and all are welcome. Ring us on 4947 […]
We are famous again, and recently were in the paper. Thanks goes to The Star for being such a great supporter of BNC. The afternoon tea was a great success! You can see pictures from the event on our facebook page If you missed it, you can read the article here
Some photos from our NAIDOC week celebrations. What a wonderful afternoon! Thanks to Maree from Lake Macquarie City Council for the acknowledgement of country, and it was great to meet some local landcare volunteers, and bush tucker enthusiasts.
The program for term 3 is hot off the press! You can download the PDF by clicking here, or you can pop into reception to pick up a hard copy. Our new program has a focus on sustainability with an eco-friendly cleaning workshop, a bike workshop, a No-Dig gardening workshop in our community garden, and […]
We are now the proud owners of a Native Bee Hive! (Tetragonula Carbonaria) Common honey bees are actually not native to Australia, and were introduced from Europe in about 1822. This species is one of the few species which live in a hive, as most Australian Bees are solitary. Native Bees help our garden by […]