Kitchen Garden Guides

Thursday, August 25, 2011

World Kitchen Garden Day, Sunday Aug 28th....

This wonderful day is brought to us by:

imageKitchen Gardeners International  (click then scroll manually through the gorgeous slide show put together by Roger Doiron, founder and gardener in chief of Kitchen Gardeners International AND instigator of the White House Organic Veg Garden campaign AND my especially good friend.


My friend Preeti, in India, is associated with a Community Garden in Mumbai. Here is their itinerary for the day.... you can read more about what they do on the wonderfully inspiring blog Urban Leaves. Find more locations of the day's events below....

Maggie from the Hills and Plains Seedsavers in Adelaide has a wonderful afternoon planned too:


welcomes you to celebrate


Sunday 28th August 1.30pm – 3.30pm

1.30pm International food and vegetable show, tell and swap

2.30pm Foods of the world afternoon tea

Bring a plate of food from your country of origin or use your favourite recipe. Also bring a cup & a chair.

If you have a neighbour or friend who is interested in kitchen gardening please bring them along.

There will be thousands of people all around the world celebrating kitchen gardening and strengthening their communities.

Read more at:


I cannot work out how to insert my poster for what is happening in Cygnet but here are the details in plain writing!

World Kitchen Garden Day 2011

Sunday August 28th,11am - 1pm

Come on a walk to 4 kitchen gardens in Cygnet.

Hear what the knowledgeable gardeners have to say.

Meet at Burton's Reserve Carpark, Channel Highway, Cygnet in time to begin the walk at 11am.

Stay for a BBQ at the Cygnet Community Garden from 1.30pm. Bring something to cook on the BBQ as well as some salad or bread to share. Tea, coffee and cake will be provided.

Parking is in Burton's Reserve, opposite the Community Garden so access to your car is easy at the end of the walk.

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