- Three-Part Series on VEG & Holistic Management
- Hampton Beds
- Team Member Profile: Farmer Paul
- Woodend VEG Design Process Example
- Holistic Management and VEG: Part Three - Putting Your Holistic Context to Work
- Holistic Management and VEG: Part Two - Articulating an Holistic Context
- Darren J Doherty on upcoming VEG events
- Created on Thursday, 23 February 2012 13:20
In June 2011, Yarra City Council adopted Urban Agriculture Guidelines to help local residents grow food in public spaces. These guidelines provide a structured process for the development of community gardens, streetscape planter boxes, nature strip plantings, and productive tree plantings. The Guidelines seek to make Yarra a healthy, sustainable, and delicious community for all people.
Since their establishment, Council has been actively engaging with residents and community groups to explore the potential for appropriate community-based food production throughout the municipality. But urban agriculture can’t happen without you, so we need local residents to get growing in public spaces and help create a vibrant and engaging food-growing culture throughout the neighbourhoods of Yarra.
information on the guidelines and how to be involved, visit Yarra City Council Urban Agriculture
Guidelines or contact Pete Huff, Urban Agriculture (Community Gardens)