Food Ideas

Project Seedbank:
FOOD IDEAS
Contact(s) / Project leadership Skill Building Done Individually Done Collectively Local Policy Involvement Regional Policy Involvement
Public orchards/food forests YES YES
SPIN (small plot intensive) gardening (commercial; use small bits of unused land; off-shelf business model) (along railway line?) YES YES
On-ground project at Bundoora Park. Working bee, planting, creating a community garden plot. Venue for workshops. Develop partnerships with other parks and/or Friends of groups. YES YES
Compost mates (composting co-ops eg collection from cafes) YES
Projects with schools and/or on school grounds YES YES
Food guide for Darebin YES
Food coop (including sourcing staples) YES
More Darebin Permablitzes – target specific groups who haven’t yet been involved. YES
Urban gardening classes YES YES
Community initiated food gardens on natures strips and park edges. YES
Sharing excess food with neighbours YES
Local neighborhood food production and exchange YES
Darebin seed bank YES
Productive parklands eg All Nations converted to food production park YES YES
Study tour to cuba YES YES YES
Communal gardens plots in high density living areas (eg apartment blocks). YES YES
More small markets locally to sell/share local produce. YES YES
Spreading Sustainability St type model, communal dinners YES
Study of potential for food growing in public spaces. Angus H. YES YES
Permaculture in Northern suburbs group Kate P. YES YES
Tree Guerrillas YES YES
Project Seedbank:
FOOD IDEAS
Contact(s) / Project leadership Skill Building Done Individually Done Collectively Local Policy Involvement Regional Policy Involvement
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