Expression of Interest - Edible Plants in Public Spaces

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Are you and your neighbours interested in having some edible plants like fruit and nut trees planted in your local reserve?

The City of Mount Gambier is seeking submissions from residents who would like fruit and nut trees planted in their local reserve. Up to $1000 worth of plants are being offered for this competitive process.

WHY EDIBLE PLANTS?

Fresh fruit and nuts are great for your health, and you can’t get much fresher than straight off the tree over your back fence.

One of the criteria of this project is that people get together with their neighbours to make a submission and agree to look after the trees together – just one simple way to get to know your neighbours, and help build a stronger and more connected community. Eating local food is also better for the environment, with no need for your fruit and nuts to be shipped across the globe!

Terms and conditions are available here

To make a submission simply fill out the submission form below:

Are you and your neighbours interested in having some edible plants like fruit and nut trees planted in your local reserve?

The City of Mount Gambier is seeking submissions from residents who would like fruit and nut trees planted in their local reserve. Up to $1000 worth of plants are being offered for this competitive process.

WHY EDIBLE PLANTS?

Fresh fruit and nuts are great for your health, and you can’t get much fresher than straight off the tree over your back fence.

One of the criteria of this project is that people get together with their neighbours to make a submission and agree to look after the trees together – just one simple way to get to know your neighbours, and help build a stronger and more connected community. Eating local food is also better for the environment, with no need for your fruit and nuts to be shipped across the globe!

Terms and conditions are available here

To make a submission simply fill out the submission form below:

Edible Plants Expression of Interest Form

Consultation has concluded