Closing my eyes against dust, smoke, flies and wind. When I look at this weird ‘selfie’ I see in my own face all the grief and vulnerability of the present moment. Bushfires raging, the gradual drying of the past couple of years and no rain in sight. Growing food […]
An exploration of pastured pork, native flavours, cool climate wine and honey mead
The first in a series of local artisanal produce days bought to you by Southern Harvest Association
Join us for Dewsbury’s Free Range Pork Open Day and Native Flavour […]
Did you attend a Bungendore Harvest Festival event, hold a stall at the market or run an activity or tour, or are you the proprietor of a local business?
Businesses, Restaurants, Farms, Wineries, Stallholders and Attendees…..
The Autumn market garden on a small mixed farm can be a busy place. Preparations for winter are beginning and the last of the summer fruit and vegetables are in abundance ready for harvest. In cold climate Australia this is when tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, peppers and chili plants are producing at top capacity. […]
The Bungendore Harvest Festival is organised by Southern Harvest Association.
It is an annual celebration of local, cold climate food, drink and fibre. It explores how produce is grown in this region, where it is grown, where consumers may access it, how to prepare it, use it, eat it and […]
Are you intrigued????
Southern Harvest Association (SHA) is a local food association working to support and promote local and regional food production and consumption in South East NSW and ACT. We are a not-for-profit organisation, led by volunteer community members, representing farmers, producers and eaters. […]
PUBLIC PLANNING MEETING FOR BUNGENDORE HARVEST FESTIVAL 2019
– Hosted by Southern Harvest Association
Sunday 10th of February at 3pm in the beer garden of the Royal Hotel, Gibraltar St. Bungendore
This great event is moving into it’s […]
Introduction to Permaculture
23rd-24th February 2019, 2nd-3rd November 2019,16th-17th November 2019, Brogo
This permaculture course is taught by John Champagne at his 11-acre permaculture demonstration site in the beautiful Bega Valley.
Develop an understanding of permaculture and explore how to create abundance, resilience […]