ACT Minister for the Environment, Simon Corbell, announced today that three of the COGS community gardens had been successful in the latest round of ACT Government Community Garden Grants.
Mr Corbell said the Kambah, Cook and Charnwood gardens received the grants to ‘continue to promote social inclusion in their areas’.
Mr Corbell also said that as well as providing a ‘great way for people to grow healthy vegetables and fruit’, community gardens ‘provide a sense of achievement, opportunities for social interaction, and a great chance to get exercise in the fresh air’.
COGS thanks the ACT Government and congratulates those at the Kambah, Cook and Charnwood community gardens.
Our old website has served us well, attracting a lot of visits. However, it’s time to launch a shiny new website that better serves our members and visitors to the site. We’ve made it easier for you to find things and included more images.
The What’s on section on the homepage ensures you will never miss an event. There’s even a live Facebook feed so you can see what’s trending.
Members can log into a special area for member’s-only information, events and benefits. Later on, you’ll even be able to pay your membership and plot fees directly through our site.
We’re adding new information all the time so don’t forget to bookmark our site!
1. Enter your email address into the Username field
2. Your password is your COGS membership number. If you can’t remember it, contact us.