Vegepod Community Programs

In collaboration with Dr Kate Neale from Southern Cross University, our programs take a person-centred approach by collaborating with those the programs are designed for its development. Utilising participatory action research methods, the programs see people as experts in their own lives and reflect what is important for meaningful change.

They are designed to ensure people feel empowered and engaged through their time gardening, enabling them to realise their potential and ultimately thrive.

Vegepod's universal design makes gardening accessible and safe for everyone

KindyGarden (for Early Years Learning Centres)

The team at Vegepod have sourced the expertise ...
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Vegepods in Schools

There are many garden programs available for sc...
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Social Housing

Communal gardens within social housing properti...
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Disability

A capacity building and inclusive gardening pro...
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Aged care

Vegepod’s accessible gardening program is speci...
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Rehabilitation and Health Care Services

The Vegepod accessible gardening program encour...
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