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Reduce your food miles and stock up on locally grown fresh produce, plants, preserves, cheese, bread and freshly made food from great growers and artisans.
We can take cash or card. Our market is low waste, please bring along a bag. The market may be moved to the HUB building in bad weather, check our social media feed for latest updates.
If you're interested in having a stall, please email email@example.com
Wednesday, 31 May, 3pm-5:30pm
Tours will run at 4pm and 5pm, donation appreciated
For many years, we've been exploring bush food plants that will grow and produce in our climate, in consultation with members of the Gunditjmara Co-op and also some professional growers. More recently this has expanded to trials of bigger plantings of things like murnong (Microseris lanceolata) which were once staples of First Nations agriculture in local areas.
In celebration of National Reconciliation Week 2023, we invite our community to
- hear about why we have an Indigenous recognition area
- come and take a look at the range of plants we're growing
- have a taste of the bush tucker that's in season
- see how some might fit into your garden
- hear about the long history of our site
- reflect on Reconciliation Week and the theme Be a Voice for Generations
Our workshop program is open to members and community to learn skills for growing, storing, sharing and cooking organic food that we produce on site.
Our workshop program is guided by and inspire the values of self sufficiency, sustainability, and food production that is friendly to animals, humans and our planet
If you would like to host a workshop at our garden, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the details and we can discuss options.
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Our site, quarry and HUB building are available for events, workshops and activities.
Send an email to email@example.com with the details and we can discuss options.