Friday, 27 Jul 2018

Growing Good Gardens Grants, 2018 winners

We were both overwhelmed and excited by the response to the inaugural Growing Good Gardens Grant program.

Receiving 762 entries from schools and community groups across Australia, we are proud to announce the winners of the 2018 Growing Good Gardens Grants program alongside our partners, Yates® Gardening.

Whether a sensory garden, edible paddock to plate approach, or a garden that focused on indigenous foods, each winner will receive $1,000 from Yates® to help turn their garden dream into a reality. 

Growing Good Gardens Grant winners: 2018

Bendemeer Public School, NSW
Exciting Eatables garden

Black Hill Primary School, VIC
Straight from the Earth garden

Buzy Bee Kindy, NSW
Buzy Bee Botanical Garden

Carlingford West Public School, NSW
Regrow and Renew!

Cranley House Nursery School and ELC, SA
ELC garden project

Dederang Primary School & Dederang Primary School Care, VIC
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Garden

Forbes Primary School, SA
Forbes Garden of Wonder and Surprises

Highfields State School, QLD
Year 1 Interactive Community Garden

Kahibah Public School, NSW
KPS's Kitchen Garden

Katoomba Public School, NSW
The Good Friends Patch

Miami Primary School, QLD
Miami Primary Vegetable Garden

Miranda Public School (Tuesday Garden Group), NSW
The Vibrant Veggie Zone

Mount Lewis Infants School, NSW
Community Garden

Palmyra Primary School, WA
Kindergarten Edible Garden

The Hall State School, QLD
Harold’s Growing Good Friends Garden

These grants will help inspire the next generation of budding gardeners by encouraging them to get outside, get their hands dirty and make healthier choices. We look forward to seeing the amazing progress with these gardens later in the year.

Growing Good Gardens Grants