Hawkesbury City Council hosts free Recycled Kitchen Garden workshop

Turn junk into jewels and waste into wonder at a free Recycled Kitchen Garden workshop - part of Hawkesbury City Council's War on Waste series.

Learn to create a low-cost productive garden using items commonly thrown out into landfill, compost (created from 'waste') and reclaimed plants (plants, cuttings and seeds borrowed from a friend's garden), to create a recycled kitchen garden.

Learn to make a recycled kitchen garden like this at a free workshop. Picture: Supplied

Learn to make a recycled kitchen garden like this at a free workshop. Picture: Supplied

The War on Waste workshops are a NSW Environment Protection Authority, Waste Less, 'Recycle More initiative' funded by the waste levy.

The workshop will take place on Thursday, June 27, 10am-12pm, at Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George Street, Windsor.

Bookings are required - call 4560 4566, or book online at Eventbrite. Seats are limited.

Attendees must be aged 16 years or over.

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