Q & A with an Urban Farmer

By |2021-08-25T12:59:42+10:0025 August, 2021|business, eating seasonally, ethical eating, farming, Gardening, general news, local food, permaculture, Produce boxes|

We’re super excited to welcome our newest producer member, Fiona Buining from Ainslie Urban Farm. Fiona has been in the small scale and urban farming scene in Canberra for yonks, and has worn heaps of different hats over the years -teacher, activist, small business owner and farmer to name a few. She’s passionate about plants, […]

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What is regenerative agriculture (and how is it different from ALLLLLL the other labels)?

By |2021-07-21T11:22:35+10:0021 July, 2021|democracy, ethical eating, farming, Gardening, general news, local food, permaculture|

‘Regenerative Agriculture’ is a bit of a buzz word at the moment with the release of documentaries such as ‘Kiss the Ground’ on Netflix and companies like Patagonia establishing a Regenerative Organic Certification for their cotton production. So what is Regenerative Agriculture and how is it different from Organic (or any […]

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Welcome Ningee Bush Foods

By |2021-03-22T10:32:18+11:0012 March, 2021|business, ethical eating, farmers market, farming, Gardening, garlic, general news, local food|

Southern Harvest is happy to welcome our newest member, Ningee Bush Foods.

Ningee Bush Foods grow Australian Bush Foods and chemical free garlic. They make salt mixes and teas that are all processed sustainably.

Ningee […]

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All Season Cool Climate Vegetable Growing

By |2020-03-13T08:19:32+11:0013 March, 2020|business, courses, eating seasonally, education, ethical eating, farming, Gardening, local food|

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 […]

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Department of Broccoli – garlic and preserves market

By |2020-03-04T14:50:46+11:004 March, 2020|business, eating seasonally, farmers market, farming, Gardening, garlic, local food|

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 […]

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How Can We Help? -Looking for Drought and Fire Relief Volunteers.

By |2020-01-24T17:49:15+11:0024 January, 2020|campaign, democracy, eating seasonally, ethical eating, farming, Gardening, general news, local food, tree planting|

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, […]

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Navigating Food Choices – Intro

By |2019-12-02T10:35:10+11:002 December, 2019|courses, eating seasonally, ethical eating, farming, Gardening, local food, mentoring|

Sunday 23rd of February 2020, 10am-330pm

Hosted by AWOL, Norton Rd. Wamboin NSW

Tickets $50-$75

Spend a Summer Sunday eating wholesome produce whilst discussing why food choices matter and how to develop the tools to navigate the complexity we often […]

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WYNLEN HOUSE – The Organic Urban Market Garden in Autumn: An Open Day

By |2019-03-22T15:10:21+11:0022 March, 2019|business, eating seasonally, education, farming, Gardening, garlic, general news|

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. […]

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Applications & Registrations Open for HARVEST FESTIVAL!!

By |2019-03-15T21:02:33+11:0015 March, 2019|business, courses, eating seasonally, education, farmers market, farming, festival, Gardening, garlic, Harvest festival, wine|

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 […]

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Harvest Festival ’19 public planning meeting

By |2019-02-05T11:19:22+11:005 February, 2019|business, courses, eating seasonally, education, farmers market, farming, festival, Gardening, garlic, general news, Harvest festival, wine|

PUBLIC PLANNING MEETING FOR BUNGENDORE HARVEST FESTIVAL 2019

– Hosted by Southern Harvest Association

Everyone Welcome!

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 […]

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