|With the increased demand recently for local produce and the restructure of our winter season boxes, starting next week, WE ARE HIRING!! |
We are offering 2 part time positions to be filled ASAP.
Applications close Tuesday 2nd of June.
Southern Harvest Association is a Farmer and Producer led organisation that […]
Sunday, March 29, 2020 at 9:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Wynlen House Urban Micro Farm
92 Monkittee Street, Braidwood, New South Wales 2622
Lunch and morning tea provided.
We believe that growing vegetables for your family or as a commercial enterprise […]
Wow what a ride it’s been these last few months!!! Drought, fire and now floods, who would have thought?
So here we are on the other side with hopefully a little time to recover before the next lot of crazy weather. So we thought, while we are here, although […]
The Department of Broccoli’s farm-gate market will be held at from 10am to 1pm on Saturday the 14th March at Canberra City Farm (2 Dairy Rd, Fyshwick).
We’ll be offering an abundance of potatoes, pumpkins and chillies in addition to the last of our garlic (eating & planting) and skin-care […]
2020 Garlic Dinner Invitation – Open to all Discerning Garlic Lovers
Join us to celebrate the Garlic Harvest
29th of February 2020, 6pm for […]
Southern Harvest Association has started bringing together a group of volunteers, ready and willing to tackle emergency tasks, to help farmers or producers manage the damage caused by the current drought and fire conditions. Jobs could be anything you need – such as removing fallen timber or damaged trees/vines, clearing up damaged infrastructure, […]
Lots of lovely people have been asking us if they can help us recover from the terrible bushfires that have burned our farm.
We’re inviting everyone to the first of many(?) bushfire recovery working bees. There is a whole load of things to do so there will […]
Life is feeling surreal right now, we’ve been sheltering inside either avoiding the heat and/or the smoke…our attention on the fire activity. Its hard to keep focused on the things that need doing to keep daily life functioning. With no feed in the paddocks the daily tasks around […]
These photos of our farm were taken exactly a year apart – 24 December 2018 and 2019 respectively. The only green you can see on the farm now is where crops are being directly irrigated, and the sky is filled with haze from the fires burning across the state.