Churinga is a disability support service. The organisation decided to diversity and establish an urban agriculture project. The purpose of this project was to provide training and employment for people with various levels of skills and to be supported in learning seed saving, plant propagation, basic nursery production skills and some were able to gain additional skills in growing food including preparing garden beds and planting seedlings, maintaining the garden beds and harvesting the produce. The long-term intention was that this project become a C.S.A. (Community Supported Agriculture) project. The design was carried out as part of my major project in the Diploma of Permaculture I was studying in 2010. The implementation of the design was carried out by a Permablitz event. Ninety-five people attended.