Subpods in Community Gardens

Subpods in Community Gardens

Community Gardens are often the hub of life in communities around the world.  People visit, share knowledge, grow, harvest and celebrate together.  They are the perfect place to put Subpods.  Subpods aerate the soil and deliver nutrients directly to the roots of plants where it is needed most whilst also providing beautiful integrated functional seating for your Community Garden.

Interested Community Garden members have the potential to see how Subpods works directly in the Community Garden and then implement this in their home space.  

What a wonderful idea to bring composting home for the individual and divert waste from landfill and instead regenerate the soil in your backyard or balcony garden! 

Your Community Garden will then be at the forefront of the composting evolution.  

Let's get 20,000 people composting by 2020!
20,000 Subpods will divert more than 10,000 tonnes of waste from landfill and produce more than 400 tonnes of fresh food per year.

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We have a range of resources available for our Subpodians, including how-to videos, online courses, events directory, Subpod Grow Hub; an online community forum where members from around the world can connect and discuss all things related to composting, worms, gardening, soil regeneration, Subpods and more!  
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