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Happy New Year all!
We’re currently updating the RIG Network website (an annual new year’s task!) and as always keen to hear from RIG News readers and web visitors about projects, news and developments where they are. Please get in touch if you have stories, news or want to connect with people via the network. Contact us at foodswell01(at)gmail.com or anthea(at)remoteindigenousgardens.net.
EduGrow School and Community Garden Recognition Awards 2015
The 2015 Awards Winners were announced in early December.
EduGrow received great entries from across the top end and NSW and everyone who participated was a winner. Inspirational, diverse entries and great things growing in so many fun, inclusive ways. Congratulations to all schools who participated and to the wonderful people who were nominated by their school communities as Local Leaders and Legends – we love your work!
To read more about who the winners were – and see a snapshot of great pics from the entries – CLICK HERE.
Visit www.edugrow.com.au for more news about the 2015 Awards.
There is one week to go to get your entries into the EduGrow School & Community Garden Awards.
The deadline is 5pm on the 25th November, 2015.
For more information go to www.edugrow.com.au
Here you will find information on how to enter, registration details, resources and photos of previous years.
If you know of a remote, rural or regional school that has a garden let them know about the EduGrow Awards. It’s quick and easy to enter.
We can’t wait to see what good things are growing out there!