Grow & Sow Our Community

By Innermost Gardens

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Grow & Sow Our Community

Project 2013-10-01 18:26:23 +1300

It's Spring and The Innermost Garden community on Mt. Victoria, Wellington is growing!  We are taking the responsibility for the garden house so we can grow our unique community space. 

Be part of building this beautiful creative place, close to the inner city and yet a world away. It is a place to be inspired, to learn about gardening, learn about trees and birds, and connect with other people passionate about living things. 

We are raising $7,000 to improve the ways we offer gardening experiences, provide inspiring spaces and build the innermost garden community.  What ever your level of gardening knowledge and experience, 

Innermost Gardens invites you to be part of our garden community.  Innermost Gardens is a productive urban community garden. We bring people together through a love of gardening and provide a vehicle for people to share their knowledge and learn from one another.  After all, having access to many green spaces is one of the things that makes Wellington, “the coolest little capital in the world”.


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Updates 9

The Tree Reward & The Food Forest

12/11/2013 at 1:25 AM

The 'Tree Reward' (includes nut trees)  will help grow your community and the Southern Field Project - Food Forest. 


Full Day/ Half Day Garden Tutor Reward

08/11/2013 at 12:50 AM


The Garden Tutor Reward

03/11/2013 at 2:48 AM


Community Planting Day

24/10/2013 at 2:26 AM

Lawson Place, Mt. Victoria, Wellington 

Permaculture Students Having Fun

24/10/2013 at 2:28 AM

Biodynamic compost heap

The Garden House

24/10/2013 at 2:10 AM

Where the magic happens.   

Growing Community

24/10/2013 at 2:08 AM

Growing community with little humans.  :)

Innermost Gardens Core Group

24/10/2013 at 2:04 AM

The engine that keeps it going!  

You need to pledge to see this update.

    Pledgers 49

    Matt Sharpe
    2013-10-23 13:43:15 +1300
    Margot NIcholson
    2013-10-21 09:41:44 +1300
    R McIntosh
    2013-10-20 13:45:20 +1300
    Viv Maidaborn
    2013-10-19 17:18:09 +1300
    Tricia
    2013-10-19 14:35:43 +1300
    Mary Elizabeth Holmes
    2013-10-18 19:37:32 +1300
    Kadie Presley Wilson
    2013-10-18 12:53:23 +1300
    Susie
    2013-10-18 11:05:30 +1300
    Sue Kerr
    2013-10-18 09:33:00 +1300
    Katrina Lloyd
    2013-10-17 20:05:41 +1300
    Thelvin Cabezas
    2013-10-15 18:04:05 +1300
    Lynne Brunton
    2013-10-15 12:51:56 +1300
    Shane Miller
    2013-10-15 11:08:02 +1300
    Maya Kuchit
    2013-10-15 10:44:15 +1300
    Gemma
    2013-10-14 22:00:47 +1300
    Emily Cotlier
    2013-10-14 20:45:39 +1300
    Sarah Adams
    2013-10-14 15:30:11 +1300
    Mike
    2013-10-14 12:15:05 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2013-10-14 10:37:30 +1300

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    Grow & Sow Our Community

    Project 2013-10-01 18:26:23 +1300

    It's Spring and The Innermost Garden community on Mt. Victoria, Wellington is growing!  We are taking the responsibility for the garden house so we can grow our unique community space. 

    Be part of building this beautiful creative place, close to the inner city and yet a world away. It is a place to be inspired, to learn about gardening, learn about trees and birds, and connect with other people passionate about living things. 

    We are raising $7,000 to improve the ways we offer gardening experiences, provide inspiring spaces and build the innermost garden community.  What ever your level of gardening knowledge and experience, 

    Innermost Gardens invites you to be part of our garden community.  Innermost Gardens is a productive urban community garden. We bring people together through a love of gardening and provide a vehicle for people to share their knowledge and learn from one another.  After all, having access to many green spaces is one of the things that makes Wellington, “the coolest little capital in the world”.


    Comments

    The Tree Reward & The Food Forest

    12/11/2013 at 1:25 AM

    The 'Tree Reward' (includes nut trees)  will help grow your community and the Southern Field Project - Food Forest. 


    Full Day/ Half Day Garden Tutor Reward

    08/11/2013 at 12:50 AM


    The Garden Tutor Reward

    03/11/2013 at 2:48 AM


    Community Planting Day

    24/10/2013 at 2:26 AM

    Lawson Place, Mt. Victoria, Wellington 

    Permaculture Students Having Fun

    24/10/2013 at 2:28 AM

    Biodynamic compost heap

    The Garden House

    24/10/2013 at 2:10 AM

    Where the magic happens.   

    Growing Community

    24/10/2013 at 2:08 AM

    Growing community with little humans.  :)

    Innermost Gardens Core Group

    24/10/2013 at 2:04 AM

    The engine that keeps it going!  

    You need to pledge to see this update.

      Matt Sharpe
      2013-10-23 13:43:15 +1300
      Margot NIcholson
      2013-10-21 09:41:44 +1300
      R McIntosh
      2013-10-20 13:45:20 +1300
      Viv Maidaborn
      2013-10-19 17:18:09 +1300
      Tricia
      2013-10-19 14:35:43 +1300
      Mary Elizabeth Holmes
      2013-10-18 19:37:32 +1300
      Kadie Presley Wilson
      2013-10-18 12:53:23 +1300
      Susie
      2013-10-18 11:05:30 +1300
      Sue Kerr
      2013-10-18 09:33:00 +1300
      Katrina Lloyd
      2013-10-17 20:05:41 +1300
      Thelvin Cabezas
      2013-10-15 18:04:05 +1300
      Lynne Brunton
      2013-10-15 12:51:56 +1300
      Shane Miller
      2013-10-15 11:08:02 +1300
      Maya Kuchit
      2013-10-15 10:44:15 +1300
      Gemma
      2013-10-14 22:00:47 +1300
      Emily Cotlier
      2013-10-14 20:45:39 +1300
      Sarah Adams
      2013-10-14 15:30:11 +1300
      Mike
      2013-10-14 12:15:05 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2013-10-14 10:37:30 +1300

      Followers of Grow & Sow Our Community

      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 18/11/2013 at 8:49 AM.