Chance to get into gardening

You don’t need to have a garden to get into gardening as a new course that’s soon to start at Castlemaine Community House proves.
Leading the eight-session Get Into Gardening course is qualified permaculture designer Rayna Fahey.
“It’s everything from soil to harvest, to seeds for next year,” says Rayna who previously ran a western Melbourne community plant nursery – that featured on ABCs Gardening Australia
Now, Rayna and her family farm fresh produce on their 27 acre property at Drummond.
Rayna is passionate about what she does and says the wish many people experience to get their hands into the soil and grow their own healthy food seems to be part of a wider shift in awareness about the way we live and the impact we have on the planet.
“Every week we’ll do a little bit of theory and a lot of practice in the garden and people will have some homework to do in their own space,” she says.
Those who sign up for the course don’t even need to have their own garden as such – “because you can garden anywhere including in a pot,” Rayna says. More in today’s Castlemaine Mail, Friday, January 31, 2020.

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