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Accoring to the Australian City Farms & Community Gardens Network, Community gardens are places where people come together to grow fresh food, to learn, relax and make new friends.
Community gardens are part of a growing movement towards growing your own local food, with many benefits for personal and environmental health and social togetherness.
Wingecarribee Council is committed to support community gardens in the Southern Highlands and is working to encourage communities and residents to create a more self-provisioning economy by growing their own food. (2031+ Community Strategic Plan 5.3.4)
All community gardens are unique, as they reflect the management choices of the community group that tend them. Community gardens are community generated projects.
Common themes that Community Gardens share include: