By the time we get to the end of the year, most of Australia’s greenspace will be overgrown and abandoned.
But the vast majority of us will still be able to enjoy some of the best green space available.
Greenstreet gardens have become the most common green space on our doorstep.
They are also the ones most often found in rural areas.
And they have become an integral part of the landscape, both to the city and to the suburbs.
As Australia’s green space gets older, it becomes harder to find the space that truly gives us the most value, said Sarah McVeigh, who runs the Greenstreet Gardens Alive campaign, a community-driven campaign that aims to restore green spaces to their former glory.
“We can do a lot better than the greenest urban green space in the world right now,” she said.
“The problem is that we’re getting older and our people aren’t as prepared for a green future as we were 30 years ago.”
In 2016, the GreenStreet Garden Alive campaign was launched in Melbourne and Melbourne’s south-west, and the campaign has been adopted across the country.
The idea behind Greenstreet gardens is simple: to have the best of both worlds: to be able a garden but also be able see a garden.
There are a lot of ways you can do that, she said, but most of them require the right technology, such as the internet, to connect the garden to the internet.
GreenStreet Gardens Alive uses technology such as Google Maps, Google Street View and other technologies to make it easier to find green space.
“A lot of people don’t realise it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution.
It’s about a holistic approach,” Ms McVeugh said.
“What we’re trying to do is make it really simple for people to see what the best options are and how they might be combined to create a better experience.”
She said that people often don’t have the ability to go to their local garden centre or park to find out about green spaces or even look for gardens.
The aim is to have green spaces be a destination and a source of recreation for all, not just the affluent.
“What is the best way to create and share green space?
That’s the biggest challenge,” Ms Dunlop said.
She said the biggest issue was people not being able to see green spaces from their own backyard, as most people have limited access to the street.
“They have to look up to the building that they live in and see that the space is there,” she explained.
“But they don’t know the value of that green space.”
Ms Dunlops said she wanted to make green spaces accessible for everyone.
“If you have the right equipment, it’s really easy to put the lights on, the lights are going to be on in the garden,” she added.
“And there’s a lot you can put into a green space that you can’t put into any other environment.”
“If people are not able to walk around, to walk up to it, to get a sense of how it looks from that point of view, then you’re not going to create that sense of pride or the sense of belonging that you want to create in your garden.”
“We’re talking about creating a new generation of green space, a new community and a new economy in the city.”
The campaign started with a Facebook page that shared photographs of the garden.
“Our community is starting to see the importance of green spaces and they are starting to appreciate what they have, and we’re hoping that they will become part of their urban lifestyle,” Ms Dunt said.
Ms McVeaugh said the garden has grown to about 30 people, with a few other volunteers, and she was looking forward to the campaign’s end.
“People are saying, ‘we need to get involved and help us save our garden’,” she said in an interview with ABC Radio Melbourne.
“I think that’s fantastic.”
Ms Mcveigh said the campaign had grown from a small idea into something that has become an industry.
“It’s something we’ve been working on for about two years now and it’s been a fantastic success,” she remarked.
“When we started, it was just a small community garden in our back garden.
We just didn’t realise how much the community would be able benefit from a Greenstreet Garden Alive.”
Today it’s grown to a massive community garden, and it is a real testament to how much this community loves their garden.
“Ms McVegans husband, Mark McVegaigh, is also part of this community, but he’s also looking forward with a new challenge.”
So I know the ropes.” “
I’ve been gardening since I was a little kid, but my first gardening job was a gardener.”
So I know the ropes.
“The new green