EarthCare is used by members of HDRAA to showcase organic and sustainable ways of living; hosting workshops, research and lectures and days for fairs that promote sustainable living and organic agriculture and horticulture.
A gathering place for people learning together to achieve responsible stewardship. EarthCare aims to promote more sustainable use of land, appropriate technologies and the development of self-reliant and self-responsible local communities. Garden group Tuesdays and members are welcome to garden at any time.
Hawkesbury EarthCare Centre, once a thriving hub of activity, is now re-emerging as a vibrant and sustainable gathering place for people to learn and work together for responsible stewardship. It incorporates a community gardening initiative and serves as a gathering place for community members interested in organic gardening, environmental conservation, and community engagement.
The garden promotes eco-friendly practices, biodiversity, and hands-on learning opportunities for individuals of all ages. It fosters a sense of community by encouraging collaboration, education, and sharing knowledge among its participants, while also promoting environmental awareness and the importance of local food production.
Over the next few months, Hawkesbury EarthCare Centre is excited to be offering a series of innovative, educational and creative workshops; living skills workshops and a range of community events.
Hawkesbury EarthCare Centre offers a tranquil space where visitors can simply soak in the ambience as they wander around the garden.
As a venue, Hawkesbury EarthCare Centre offers a unique space with an earth building surrounded by nature.
We invite you to come, take a breath and explore.