Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Gardening for good

Scouts in Rapanui Reserve, Sumner

13 August 1966

Scouts planting trees in Rapanui Bush above Evans Pass Road in Sumner. Pictured are, from left, Mark Brokenshire, Gregory Hazlett, Byron Lester, Eric Lester, Paul Cocker and John Coxon. Boys from the district have been clearing weeds and planting shrubs and trees in the reserve for about six years.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: South East / Sumner

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01712A

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Richmond Community Gardens

2018

Area: North East / Richmond

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Redcliffs School tree planting

10 August 1985

Pupils from Redcliffs school tree planting, Mr Wakeham.

Creator: Kiwicol

Area: South East / Redcliffs

Contributor: Kiwicol

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Hillmorton High School students planting a tree

26 July 1961

Students Susan Hunt and Paul Leigh planting the first of several hundred trees to be planted on the grounds of Hillmorton High School.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: South West / Hoon Hay

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00725A

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Hagley High School headmaster and pupils with shrubs.

4 August 1973

Headmaster of Hagley High School, Mr I. Leggat, and pupils with shrubs for landscaping.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - Southwest

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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Richmond Community Gardens

2018

Area: North East / Richmond

Source: Danny McNeil

Reference ID: CCL-Kete-44565

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New Brighton Community Gardens, Shaw Avenue

22-04-2016 3:44 p.m.

View of home made signs and plants growing in the New Brighton Community Gardens at 136 Shaw Avenue, New Brighton.

Creator: Janneth Gil

Area: East / New Brighton

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New Brighton Community Gardens, Shaw Avenue

22-04-2016 3:47 p.m.

View of plants growing in the New Brighton Community Gardens at 136 Shaw Avenue, New Brighton. A woman and several others are working in the garden and viewing the plants.

Creator: Janneth Gil

Area: East / New Brighton

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Community vegetable garden, South New Brighton School

Thursday, 28 July 2016

The community vegetable garden in South New Brighton School. The children grow their own vegetables, and sell them to the community or donate the surplus to those less fortunate.

Creator: Rachel Pugh

Area: East / New Brighton

Source: The Edge of the East project was a collaboration in 2016 between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts to create a documentary photographic record of the people and the physical and social environment of the s

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Potato patch, intersection of Ferry Road and St Asaph Street

20 March 1970

Sign advertising S B potatoes growing in a patch on an island intersection of Ferry Road and St Asaph Street.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - Southeast

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00036A

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Community Garden Smith Street, Linwood

15 July 2014

The Smith Street Community Garden at 180 Smith St is home to several different groups who produce fruit and vegetables.  This view shows the herb garden and fence which contains names of those who have previously contributed to the gardens.

Creator: Sue Colyer

Area: East / Linwood

Source: Kete Christchurch

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New Brighton Community Gardens, Shaw Avenue

22-04-2016 3:52 p.m.

View of plants growing in the New Brighton Community Gardens at 136 Shaw Avenue, New Brighton. A scarecrow is in the foreground and a woman with a baby is in the background.

Creator: Janneth Gil

Area: East / New Brighton

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Garden Food Forest at Halswell Domain

25 March 2015

View of the Garden Food Forest, Halswell community project in the Halswell Domain between the old Vicarage café and the cemetery.

Creator: Mitchell Bright

Area: South West / Halswell

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