Cultivating Community Gardens Grants 2018-19 recipients

The following Cultivating Community Gardens Grants projects were approved in 2018-19 under the Lord Mayor's Community Sustainability and Environmental Grants Program.

Successful grant recipients receive funding to establish, develop and maintain community gardens in the Brisbane City Council area.

OrganisationProjectAmount approved
B4C - Bulimba Creek Catchment Coordinating Committee IncSustainable gardening workshops$2500
Communify Queensland LtdGarden access and soil improvement$2103
Fitzgibbon Community Centre LtdFitzgibbon Community Garden shade and paving$2500
Gabba Hill Community Garden Incorporated Workshop series and site improvement$2750
Kyabra Community Garden Sponsored by Kyabra Community AssociationAccessible garden beds and green house$2343.87
Micah Projects LimitedGarden and Sustainability Workshops$2500
Micah Projects LimitedGarden Improvement - worm farm and native been hive$2450.70
Morningside State School P&C AssociationCommunity Garden and outdoor environmental learning space$2431.14
Narbethong Special School P&C AssociationSensory, herb and culinary garden$2750
New Farm Primary P&C Association"Learnscape"$2750
Queensland Program of Assistance to Survivors of Torture and Trauma (Association Inc.)Community Garden privacy screen and toolbox$2500
Rocks Community Garden Inc.Propagating plants$2645.44
Salisbury Community Garden sponsored by Oxley Creek Catchment Association Inc.Site design$2500
Sandgate and Bracken Ridge Action Group IncorporatedWater minimisation$1600
The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (Q) represented by Wesley Mission Queensland Elorac Place Community Garden$1330
UCA Sunnybank Uniting ChurchRaised garden bed$2370
Wheller on the Park Community Garden sponsored by The Uniting Church in Australia Property Trust (Q.)Wheller on the Park Community Garden$1034
Wynnum Manly Community Gardens Group IncGarden maintenance$2677.69
Yeronga Community GardensIrrigation upgrade$1812.70


Last updated: 7 May 2019

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