We greatly appreciate your interest in getting involved at the Jane Street Community Gardens.  There are many different ways to get involved depending on your time availability and interests. Read below to find a way that best suits you!

 

casual worker

For those wanting to get involved in the garden on a more casual basis.  Get your hands dirty at our working bees, come socialise and get to know your local neighbours, work together and learn how to plant, harvest and maintain an edible organic garden. 

Learn more about becoming a Casual Worker →

 

Supporting member

For those who do not have the time to attend working bees but still wish to receive discounts on workshops and garden supplies, attend social events and know that you are financially contributing to the running of a community garden. 

Learn more about becoming a Supporting Member →

 

PLOT HOLDER

All of the benefits of a Casual Worker and Garden Member plus exclusive use to your own plot to organically grow and harvest your own produce. 

Learn more about becoming a Plot Holder →

 

Partner

Partner with us in a mutually beneficial working relationship and know that you are contributing to a community garden that is promoting sustainable living in your city.

Learn more about becoming a Partner  

 

DONATE

Donate to the Jane Street Community garden to help us purchase much needed garden supplies and fund new projects. 

See what your donation can provide for the garden 

Garden member

All the benefits of a Casual Worker plus take home a share of organic locally grown produce fresh from the gardens, receive discounts on workshops and garden supplies and know that you are contributing to the running of a community garden that promotes sustainable living in the city.

Learn more about becoming a Garden Member →

 

ORGANISING TEAM

Are you passionate about moving the garden forward or have a keen interest in overseeing the direction of the garden? Apply to become part of the gardens Organising Team. 

Learn more about becoming part of the Organising Team 

 

Facilitator

Do you have experience, skills and knowledge in a specific area that you can share with the community? This can include gardening, using plant dyes, medicinal herbs, butterfly gardens, musician, artist, bee keeping etc. 

Learn more about becoming a Facilitator → 

 

SPONSOR

Support the running of a workshop, new project or donate your garden supplies for use in the community garden and let us help you promote your generosity through our social media and website. 

Learn more about becoming a Sponsor