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FoodFaith's Greenwall Featured in In The Cove

FoodFaith's Greenwall Featured in In The Cove

The wonderful team at In The Cove wrote a great blogpost about FoodFaith's recent event at Synergy, Lane Cove's Youth Centre. You can read the full article here and be sure to keep an eye out for the event wrap up on this page too, coming soon!

Starting a Community Garden

Starting a Community Garden

A community garden is a shared space that brings community members together to plant, tend and harvest. This can range from fruits, vegetables, flowers to herbs, and even small livestock. Community gardens can be established for a variety of purposes that can range from health, social, environmental, educational to economic benefits.

Everybody Loves Good Neighbours...

Everybody Loves Good Neighbours...

On Sunday March 26, we celebrated our neighbours in the Lane Cove community alongside various local groups and organisations. We could not have asked for a more beautiful day and thank everyone involved for their support and participation. 

Planting Seeds Garden is Launched

Planting Seeds Garden is Launched

FoodFaith's first "Planting Seeds" garden launch found fertile ground, attracting a wide range of people from Indigenous, Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and other cultural and religious backgrounds.

The Circle of Unity procession of faith and cultural groups around the Indigenous dancers and the communal pesto making provided opportunities for everyone to share stories and inspiration.

Working Bee Days

Working Bee Days

FoodFaith welcomed over 40 volunteers to the inaugural working bees - from local faith, environmental, community and school groups. The seedlings are now sprouting and horticulturist, Meredith Kirton, guided everyone on the how to's.

Planting Seeds for the Future

Planting Seeds for the Future

FoodFaith welcomed over 40 volunteers to the inaugural working bees - from local faith, environmental, community and school groups. The seedlings are now sprouting and horticulturist, Meredith Kirton, guided everyone on the how to's.

Interfaith Planting Seeds Garden Set to Open

Interfaith Planting Seeds Garden Set to Open

FoodFaith’s “Planting Seeds” interfaith community garden is set to open on Wednesday March 9th 2016 at 11.30AM. The garden is located at Hughes Park at 304-314 Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove. The garden brings together Australia’s faiths and cultures to work alongside one another to learn more about one another’s backgrounds and to foster more sustainable ways of growing and consuming food.