Habitat in Harmony invites you to join us for a community working bee. All welcome!
BNC’s longest running environmental project, Habitat in Harmony Community Garden, invites you to join us for a working bee! We will be doing a range of gardening tasks, such as planting, mulching, watering, photographing bugs, and most importantly, enjoying a communal lunch!
Thursday 28th September, 2017
10am – 1pm
359 Pacific Highway, Belmont North
Call BNC on 4947 0031 for more information.
About the garden:
Habitat in Harmony has been running for 21 years, providing the community with fresh organic produce and a place to come together and cultivate the soil. The garden grows seasonal vegetables, flowers, citrus and nuts – but most importantly, it cultivates social connections, friendship, community spirit and resilience.
The garden was initially designed using permaculture principles, and it is maintained using organic growing techniques. No artificial pesticides, fungicides, herbicides or fertilizers are used.
Beneficial insects, lizards and birds keep our garden healthy and eat pests. The ecological balance of our garden relies on diversity, as the good bugs eat the bad bugs.