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City farm volunteer working bee: Thursday lunch time

Where
Sydney City Farm
Sydney City Farm
52 Barwon Park Road, St Peters NSW 2044
When

Thursday 24 September from 12am to 10am Thursday 1 October from 12:30pm to 2pm Thursday 8 October from 12:30pm to 2pm

Cost

Free

Come and get hands-on at one of our regular Sydney City Farm working bees.

Tasks vary, but can include watering, weeding, plant care, plant propagation, potting and other farm-related activities.

At our lunchtime session we focus on Propagation, Seed Saving and focus on the next generation of City Farm production

This is a great opportunity to get involved with Sydney City Farm and meet others in your community.

No experience needed. Just bring a can-do attitude and we will show you everything you need to know. Please wear clothes that can get dirty and covered sturdy shoes. Bring a water bottle and hat.

Next Session

Bookings essential. No group bookings please.

The session will not proceed in wet, extreme or dangerous weather.

Do not attend the Sydney City Farm if you are unwell

Please do not attend if you are unwell or have any signs of cold of flu including a cough, sore/scratchy throat, runny nose, shortness of breath or a fever. If staff observe any of these symptoms you will be asked to leave. You will be required to fill in a quick online wellness check survey the day before your volunteer session or education program.

When you arrive at the Sydney City Farm

When you arrive to volunteer or attend an education session, scan the QR code at the entry and enter your name and phone number or email address. You must do this each time you attend. If you don’t have a phone that can do this, ask a staff member to assist you. This is a NSW Health requirement and will be used for contact tracing purposes only if necessary.

When at the Sydney City Farm

  • notify staff if you start to feel unwell

  • maintain 1.5 m physical distance from all people including staff

  • wash or sanitise your hands on entry and regularly after that

  • you are welcome to bring your own gardening gloves. Gloves will be supplied to volunteers and education participants who do not bring their own

  • follow volunteer and education participant hygiene protocols discussed at start of session

  • wipe down equipment that you use or touch with the sanitising wipes supplied

Contact event organiser

City of Sydney

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