Get involved in the Withers water-wise kitchen garden

By Kevin Kelly

The official launch of the Withers water-wise kitchen garden is just around the corner, and locals are invited to come along and see how they can get involved.

An open day will take place on 7 March to show how the community can learn more about growing food, as well as gardening techniques they can use at their own property in Australind.

The City of Bunbury and the South West Development Commission have sponsored the garden, which relies on a team of volunteers as well as input from a committee.

Between 9:30 am and 11 am, visitors can learn more about what the project entails while enjoying a free morning tea, making it a great way to spend a Saturday morning.

Students from local primary schools have been involved in designing posters to help promote the Withers water-wise kitchen garden. All entries are due to go on show at the Withers Community Library.

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