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Community Food Garden Project <span> <h2 class="sectHeading">About​​​​​​​</h2></span> <p>Many of our food garden projects employ <a href="">Expanded Public Works Programme</a> (EPWP) workers from the local community to prepare the area and plant crops. The City then supplies workers with garden tools, protective clothing, seeds/seedlings, compost, food gardening training, and governance training. Read our <a href="" target="_blank">Food Gardens Policy</a> for more information on the City's community food gardens. </p> <span> <h2 class="sectHeading">​​​​​​​​​​Contact us​​​​​​​</h2></span><p>Please contact our main representative or the helpdesk below to find out more about the Community Food Garden Project.</p><h4>Lungelo Nokwaza, Social Development Manager, Social Development and Early Childhood Development Directorate</h4><p> <em>Telephone: </em> <br> <em><a>021 400 4192</a></em></p><p> <em>Email: </em> <br> <a href=""> <em></em></a><em> </em></p><h4>EPWP Helpdesk</h4><p> <em>Telephone:</em><br><em><a>021 400 9406</a></em></p><p> <em>Email: </em> <br> <em></em> <a href=""> <em></em></a><em> </em></p>GP0|#e7232be3-53b8-4a99-9ea2-05a381364b67;L0|#0e7232be3-53b8-4a99-9ea2-05a381364b67|Community building;GTSet|#a7cfb90d-44ad-4426-98ce-565f79932396;GPP|#35719d0d-5c98-4384-9af1-e91dc8392e18Participate in the City’s Community Food Garden project and develop your gardening skills with your community.0





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