In recent times there has been a resurgence in gardening and community gardens are increasing at a dramatic rate. These gardens provide people with healthy, safe food that is often organic and/or spray free which improves health outcomes for communities and relieves financial hardship. They also provide people with valuable employment skills, foster a sense of pride for participants, provide exercise and relaxation, free food and provide an opportunity for people to develop friendships with other members of their community and between communities.
Current OrganicNZ Issue
2019 May – June Issue Features Agri-tourism in the Philippines: Gretta Carney visits Bohol Coco Farm Growing people, plants and profit: Community spaces as places to learn gardening, by Katrina Wolff Piko Wholefoods: 40 years of co-operation by Theresa Sjöquist … Read More