Stacked with possibilities

Photo: Gregor Richardson
Photo: Gregor Richardson
Green Island Shed initiative co-ordinator Pip Weber and Dave Mackle show some Christmas trees, planter boxes, stools and kindling made from recycled wooden pallets.

They were being sold at the Green Island Business Association Market Day on Saturday to help raise funds for the new Green Island Shed.

''The shed will be for people in the Greater Green Island community to do building projects, to teach younger people tool skills; and because we're going to be close to the community garden, maybe we can collaborate with them by making planter boxes,'' Mrs Weber said.

''The world is our oyster at this stage.''

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