In 2010 Mandy McMullin, on behalf of Grey Lynn 2030, successfully won the support of the old Western Bays Community Board to fund a community orchard on Francis Street reserve. Although the project didn’t go ahead as the soil was found to be too contaminated for fruit trees, Grey Lynn 2030 received the remaining funds…

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Unique to the Grey Lynn Farmers’ Market is the community trading table. Back garden growers can bring their excess produce to sell at the table. It works on an honesty box system. Bundle, label and price your produce to leave at the table with a container for coins. Come back at the end of the…

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We wish Wilton Street Community Garden founders Mandy McMullin and Dave Gilbert the best of luck in there move to the new orchard (and home)in the garden of Eden. Your constant passion has given birth to a flourishing haven for bird,bee and community in Wilton Street and beyond. From humble beginings of a jungle infested…

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Grey Lynn 2030 Green Screen presents: The Garden From the ashes of the L.A. riots arose a lush, 14-acre community garden, the largest of its kind in the United States. Now bulldozers threaten its future. If everyone told you to give up, would you? Sunday 1st May 7.30pm in the Garden Room, Grey Lynn Community…

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The Grey Lynn Community Gardens are nestled in the Saint Columba Church grounds in the heart of Grey Lynn. It is a Living Communities Trust project that began in 2000. The Saint Columba Church and Community have provided a safe place for the Community Gardens to grow. The intention of this Garden is for it…

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Workshop on sustainable living Saturday 21 August 2010 9.00am – 1.00pm St. Aidan’s Church 5 Ascot Ave, Remuera, Auckland More details here Mount Eden Village People Workshops  – Square Foot Gardening Sunday  29th August Start time: 10.30am  Duration: 1-1.30 hours Tutor: Ken Clark, SFG master from Waiheke Location:  Mt Eden Village Contribution: $20.00 More details…

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