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Tropical Food Gardening, Nightcliff

Description

Do you want to learn how to grow your own produce and live sustainably? You will have the opportunity to learn about which species grow best in the Top End and how to maintain and improve garden beds. Come along to The Mulch Pit in Nightcliff and take home a sample of fresh, tropical fruit and vegetables and learn about the climatic seasons of the Top End.

Useful Information

Please wear long sleeved shirt, pants, enclosed shoes and a hat. Bring lunch and a water bottle for the day.

Contact

  • Cost: Contact Provider
  • Booking required
  • The Mulch Pit Community Garden, Nightcliff NT Nightcliff, Northern Territory, Australia

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