The team continues to work hard to deliver a strong and transparent community organisation to support the activities of the garden. Here you will find previous and current Annual Reports for Taringa Community Garden Inc.
Annual Report 2021-2022
"As we look towards the next 12 months, there is a lot to do on the horizon.
The Committee’s priorities are to finish the drainage swale that will accompany the native plants. We will also continue to implement projects which have recently received grant funding: a nursery and potting table and watering system. Following this, we will look towards planning and fundraising for the last few garden beds to fill the space between the middle of the garden and the shed.
We will also continue to work closely with the Brisbane City Council, including the local Walter Taylor Ward Office to find a new solution for our compost hub which has been closed since the floods. We will also work with the local Ward Office to continue to find opportunities for the garden to expand.
We will continue to find new ways to be sustainable and problem-solve common sustainability challenges, such as our recent installation of a Containers for Change bin.
In the next year, we also hope to host our second workshop and more informal events like our birthday party potluck.
Most of all, I look forward to enjoying each other's company in the garden, charting new territory in terms of growing plants we haven’t tried, brainstorming new ideas and sharing in the ups and downs of our everyday lives.
The garden has come so far since its inception in 2019, and we’ve done a great job together."
Founder and President.
Annual Report 2020-2021
"As we turn to the future, there’s only more growth in store for the community garden. In this next year, we hope to build more garden beds and undertake further aesthetic and greening works such as installing sandstone blocks, a notice board, arches, native plant borders and dry creek bed swales – all of which are outlined in our master plan.
We hope to grow even more to share with community, and continue to operate the compost hub which is positively at full capacity. We will continue to find new ways to be sustainable and problem solve common sustainability challenges, such as recycling bread tags or harvesting worm juice to condition our soil.
In the next year, we also hope to start making steps towards a schedule of interactive events and workshops to expand education opportunities.
Above all else I hope we can continue to enjoy our time together in the garden, getting our hands dirty, learning more and sharing in the ups and down of our everyday lives. I’m incredibly proud and grateful for everything the garden has achieved and I can’t wait to see where we end up in 1, 5 and 10 year’s time."
Founder and President.