Edible Gardens Returns Bigger Than Ever

Edible Gardens Webinars Golden Growers
Health & Wellbeing
Media Release

Following great success both in 2021 and 2022, Golden Plains Shire Council’s popular Edible Gardens program will return with a new, free webinar series starting next month.   

The webinar series will feature 12 free monthly sessions with each session exploring common challenges for gardeners, including constraints on time and space in difficult growing climates, and how to overcome these obstacles. Participants will also have the opportunity to tackle gardening problems unique to rural areas.

The series will also feature the return of qualified horticulturist Craig Castree, who has been crafting his own organic foods at home for the past 45 years. Craig will present practical, easy and affordable edible gardening solutions in the series. 

The Edible Gardens webinar series is suitable for beginners, people wanting to improve their gardening skills and gardeners who want to become more environmentally friendly. 

Dates of the sessions are: 

  • Wednesday 19 April from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 10 May from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 7 June from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 5 July from 7 to 8.15pm
  • Wednesday 9 August from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 6 September from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 11 October from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 8 November from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 6 December from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 17 January, 2024 from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 7 February, 2024 from 7 to 8pm
  • Wednesday 6 March, 2024 from 7 to 8pm 

To register for one or more sessions, visit: https://www.goldenplains.vic.gov.au/community/health-and-wellbeing/edible-gardens-online-webinars-registration 

Mayor Cr Brett Cunningham is thrilled the program is returning for its biggest series yet. 

I am delighted to see the return of the Edible Gardens webinars following great success both in 2021 and 2022. The webinars are perfect for beginners and experienced green thumbs who are looking to grow their skills in the garden. 

The program aligns with priorities outlined in Council’s Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan focusing on increasing healthy eating, improving mental health and tackling climate change and its impact on health.

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