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A local gardening group? The Grow West example

Are you interested in a local, productive gardening and permaculture group?

Would you like to learn from others in your community, share knowledge and build local connections?

Are you curious and would you like to find out more about how this could work?

Come along and learn from members of Grow West as they share their story and extend a generous offer to support the formation of a local group.


This initial gathering will be a chance to explore the idea and discuss what a local group might look like. There will be time for discussion, questions and an opportunity to contribute local ideas. Tea, coffee and a light supper will be provided.

Grow West is a group that gathers monthly in members' homes and gardens for a shared lunch, garden working bee and permaculture related discussions. Members don't need to have a knowledge of permaculture principles, only desire to learn and share in making their home environment (however big or small) more productive and more economically and environmentlaly sustainable. Currently Grow West members come from the entire western suburbs, but they are keen to help develop smaller, more local groups. If you are curious, Grow West also invites you to attend their next gathering on 15 March 2020. Please contact Steve (bbb.aaee.sa@gmail.com) for details. Permaculture is an ecological design system based around care of the earth, care of people and fair share. Permaculture SA is an incorporated not for profit association advancing permaculture principles and practices in SA. Please note that the Port Environment Centre building does not have accessible toilets for persons with a disability. Please contact hello@portenvironmentcentre.org.au if you would like more information about accessibility at the Port Environment Centre.

The Port Environment Centre is supported by the Adelaide Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board.


Port Environment Centre
27 North Parade, Port Adelaide, South Australia 5015


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