Big thanks to councillor Sebastian Klein, who put the motion forward, and councillor Don Henderson, for speaking so passionately on behalf of our endeavours.
Preparing the potato patch at the last working bee at the Albert Street garden.
Picture: Daniel Hartley-Allen (courtesy of The Advocate)
Write your support of the garden to the following councillors:
Jon Barrell – email@example.com
Janine Booth – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sebastian Klein – email@example.com
Rod May – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bill McClenaghan – email@example.com
Don Henderson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Yay DCFG. What a fantastic result. Congratulations on your efforts, initiative and vision to bring the issue of local food production/ security to the heart of your town. It is way way bigger than Daylesford now and sets a wonderful benchmark from which others across the nation can now build leverage and action in their respective local patches. I will be using your garden as a wonderful example of local action with global ramifications in my travels and talks. And it all began with a circular garden bed made from some hay bales in a vacant lt of land next to the library, the local school kids, some seedlings and the love and vision of your active locals.....All powers to you...I love itCosta Georgiadis