Participants in our verge garden projects have already noticed that it creates a place that fosters conversations.
People stop and talk, they ask questions about the garden, the plants, and why you are doing it.
On working bees, we have very different conversations than you have elsewhere.
We can extend that by telling our stories online, like this, and this, and this.
In this workshop, we’ll talk about how to write and post our stories, and how this can initiate positive conversations about our concerns and why we do what we do.
- Discussion: Telling your story
- Afternoon tea
- Brief updates on the project
- General discussion
Afternoon tea and coffee will be provided.
The Banyo Verge Garden Project is a collaboration between Shady Lanes Project with The Australian Earth Laws Alliance (AELA) and Regen Brisbane/Meeanjin and other local organisations.
ACF Community Brisbane Northside is providing support and resources for meetings as part of the Australian Conservation Foundation’s Save Our Big Backyard campaign