Community

Donation of Trees

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Garden Staging donates 2 Trees per every invoice raised to the Carbon Neutral Charitable Fund. This Charitable Fund does fantastic work in creating a larger Canopy for Australia.


 We plant trees for our planet. Together let’s reduce our carbon footprint, restore the landscape, and revive biodiversity.


 https://cncf.com.au/ 


To date Garden Staging and its Clients have donated 205 Trees to this great cause.



We sincerely thank our Clients who enable us to be able to donate through this Charitable cause.

Spare Harvest

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 Spare Harvest is an online community of like-minded people who relish and practice the value of living more sustainably.

That can be anything like connecting together to source eggs from the backyard down the road, buy vegies from the next suburb or sharing gardening equipment with neighbours.

What us at Spare Harvest, and our members, have in common, is our passion to reduce the world’s consumerism and wastage by connecting together. Whether it’s to share, swap, sell, and source food and garden items which are spare, we can all do it easily using Spare Harvest.


 https://www.spareharvest.com/about-us/ 


Garden Staging is currently spreading the word through the local community and also manages the Listings of Spare Harvest from the Encircle Neighborhood Centre Redcliffe.

Encircle Growing POD

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Encircle Neighborhood Centre Redcliffe provides necessary services to the Community Members who are most in need including Food Parcels, Advice on Support Services " Enabling and encouraging individuals and families to take informed control of their own lives and together enriching our community."


http://encircle.org.au/about/ 


Garden Staging undertakes the role of Volunteer Community Garden Co-ordinator for the Centre with a view to growing organic produce to share and providing people with a place to garden, meet up, talk or just enjoy the space alone. 


Garden Staging feels very privileged for Encircle choosing them to help with their Community Garden.


 


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