The vegetable garden provides fresh produce for the house and for feeding the hungry volunteers.
The beds are "no-dig" gardens, raised above ground t o provide easy access. They are made with layers of straw, fertilizer/manure and compost. Once constructed, they require no digging, merely a top up of fertilizer/manure and compost after each crop. Learn how to make your own "no-dig" garden.
Ever wondered just what part of the plant it is that you are eating? Supermarket Botany is an excellent platform for finding out about the differences between fruits and vegetables, the differences between roots, stems and leaves and the developmental sequence from flowers to fruits. Dr Geoff Burrows and Dr John Harper of Charles Sturt University at Wagga Wagga have developed an interactive game to test your knowledge and teach you just what part is what? Click here for Supermarket Botany.