Appreciating some magnificent contributors to our Denmark-Kwoorabup community
Here Green Skills takes the opportunity to thank and appreciate those volunteers and groups who support the Denmark Community Garden and who are consistently marvellous. This is a tribute to them and all the many quiet people who give heaps to our town and our world. Thank you
Support to establish the garden has come from Green Skills, the Denmark CRC, Kwoorabup Denmark Transition Town Network, the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal, the Denmark Community Windfarm Group Sustainability Fund, Metroof, Thornton’s Hardware & Mitre 10, the Denmark Men’s Shed, contractors, other groups & volunteers
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Michael (of RAC rescue fame), Don and Greg. Last Wednesday in the pouring rain, Michael volunteered his truck and skills to help move some big shadehouse benchtops to the DCG
The Denmark Men Shed guys – rough sense of humour but true legends. Here they are helping relocate a shadehouse.
Greg helping relocate a shadehouse.. a true Aussie stalwart !
Neal – Denmark’s garden maestro and enthusiastic teacher of horticultural knowledge
Shirle, Greg and Neal at our composting workshops.. all deeply feeling beings who have green hearts and fingers
Lucia guiding the group through her spectacularly productive garden
Lucia (centre) with her garden produce, Dawn (right),another dedicated volunteer and contributor to not just the community garden but much more.
Lucia( right) who let us loose in her wonderful home garden last weekend – and Petra ( centre) who does a fabulous job of helping drive the Denmark Community Resource Centre, and Shirley ( healer and giver)
Campbell communicating with the garlic in the DCG (Denmark Communitarian Garden)
Greg communicating with the broad beans
Neal, Gloria and other garden enthusiasts
Carl, another legendary community supporter, who never fails to lend a hand
Thanks to all the Wwoofers who give so generously to the places they volunteer, in this case the Denmark Community Garden
Kristi, in her element at the Golden Hill Waldorf School.. winning Gold at the Waste Minimisation Olympics and another unsung community heroine
Kristi in composting action