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Permaculture Australia: Pandemic Gardening: “A Wish for Tomorrow.” Findings from the National Survey

Wednesday 16 Sep
- Wednesday 16 Sep




About this event

In this month’s webinar, we are excited to present our findings from the recently-completed Pandemic Gardening Survey.

The national survey was conducted in the hopes of understanding how COVID-19 and its restrictions have impacted people’s attitudes and actions towards growing their own food.With generous responses from over 9,000 Australians, the results will now be put toward advocating government and the philanthropic sector for greater resourcing and support for edible food growing, as well as elevating the prominence of urban agriculture in Australia.

Join us to learn more about what the future of edible food growing could look like!


Dr. Nick Rose – Sustain: The Australian Food Network

Dr. Kelly Donati – Sustain: The Australian Food Network; William Angliss Institute

Naomi Lacey – Community Gardens Australia

Costa Georgiadis – ABC’s Gardening Australia

The Pandemic Gardening Survey is an initiative led by the Urban Agriculture Forum and Sustain. The Urban Agriculture Forum Steering Committee includes: Sustain, Community Gardens Australia, Sustainable Gardening Australia, 3000 acres, Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation, Yerrabingin, Pocket City Farms.

  • Information and Education
  • Presentation
  • Agriculture and Permaculture
  • Sustainable Living
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