https://www.theadvocate.com.au/story/6997350/second-coast-seed-bank-opens-for-gardeners/?cs=87 A second seed bank has opened on the Coast, prompting eager gardeners to fossick through pretty packages of seeds for their next project. Dr Caroline Smith said there were all different kinds of seeds available at the Wynyard seed bank in Saunders Street, which is run by Live Well Tasmania. “The one we’re running
The Advocate OCTOBER 12 2020 – 4:00PMLeah McBey Wynyard’s Live Well organisation has landed a grant just shy of $10,000 for a new project aimed at strengthening self confidence and social connections. Australia Post announced it had awarded $9764 to the group in its 2020 community grants program, the largest grant to a Tasmanian project.
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Wynyard-based ‘social enterprise’ plans to employ disadvantaged youth An enterprising group based in Wynyard has set its sights on helping disadvantaged young people. They have set up a business delivering organically grown veggies to customers by weekly subscription, and plan to plough the profits back into helping the district’s youth. Spokesperson Robin Krabbe believed the