Working Bees

Regular working bees are held most Sundays from 8am in warmer months and 9am in cooler months at the Garden.

They are an essential component of Garden management and are a great way to meet new people, learn new gardening techniques and contribute to the smooth running of the garden.

Interested volunteers are always welcome, just remember to bring a hat, closed shoes, protective clothing and a water bottle if you are coming to the Garden for the first time. Closed shoes and hats are are a must, and new volunteers must be given an induction to the garden by a Garden committee member.

Regular working bee volunteers are encouraged to become Friends of the Garden by becoming a member of the Arid Lands Environment Centre.

Garden tasks can include weed management, composting, path clearing, working on communal plots, planting, irrigation repairs and spreading mulch.

The working bees are a great chance to get your hands connected back in with mother nature and be part of a great community project.

For more information email info@alicecommunitygarden.org.au or keep up to date via the ASCG Facebook page