Edible Gardens Online Webinars Registration

Edible Gardens Webinar

Following successful webinar series in August and November last year, Golden Plains Shire Council’s popular Edible Gardens program returns with a new, free webinar series with qualified horticulturist Craig Castree. 

Part of the Golden Plains Shire Council Golden Growers initiative, the series will feature three workshops about how to create a sustainable edible garden at home that will provide fresh home-grown produce, without the use of chemicals. 

The webinars will explore how gardeners can make their garden more environmentally friendly and the impacts of soil and fertilisers on health and the environment, while also preparing gardeners to plant the perfect Golden Plains winter garden. 

The Edible Gardens Online Workshops 3.0 webinar series is suitable for beginners, people wanting to improve their gardening skills and gardeners who want to become more environmentally friendly. The Edible Gardens webinars will be held from 7 to 8pm on: 

  • Thursday 26 May
  • Thursday 2 June
  • Thursday 9 June

Attendees of all three sessions in the series will enter the draw to win Craig Castree’s book, Growing and Grafting Fruit Trees for the Aussie Backyard.

Personal information collected on this form shall be used by Council’s Health & Wellbeing team for the purpose of registering for the Edible Gardens webinar series. Council may disclose your information to other internal departments in order to assist in planning and will not disclose your information to any external party without your consent, unless required to do so by law.

Golden Plains Shire Council is committed to protecting all personal and sensitive information consistent with the Information Privacy & Health principles set out in the Privacy and Data Protection Act 2014 and the Health Records Act 2001.  You have the right to access your personal information and make any necessary corrections. If you have any queries or wish to gain access to amend your information please contact Golden Plains Shire’s Privacy Officer on (03) 5220 7111 or [email protected].

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