Brogo Permaculture Gardens Upcoming Courses and Open Days.

By | 2019-01-12T16:14:24+00:00 12 January, 2019|courses, education, Gardening, general news, mentoring, permaculture|

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 […]

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Wynlen House Urban Micro Farm workshops – on-farm and online.

By | 2019-01-05T12:23:35+00:00 5 January, 2019|business, courses, education, farming, Gardening, garlic, general news|

New online short courses:https://www.wynlenhouse.com/store/c2/On_line_Courses.html 

Create a superior wet mash feed for your poultry throughout its lifespan  – designed to provide the correct protein content and other nutrients necessary for top performance in meat and eggs, and premium […]

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Join us for a Party

By | 2018-12-14T20:01:05+00:00 14 December, 2018|eating seasonally, farmers market, festival, general news, wine|

Southern Harvest Association Xmas Party and Market- Celebrate with Local Food and Flavour

Saturday 22nd of December, Bungendore Farmers Market, Butmaroo St Bungendore from 9am to 2pm.

The market will have extended trading this day from 9am to 2pm. There will be face painting, a jumping castle, Christmas gift tree, Bungendore Community Choir, […]

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FARMING DEMOCRACY – A Book by Regenerative Farmers for the People

By | 2018-11-29T16:15:47+00:00 29 November, 2018|business, campaign, democracy, eating seasonally, education, farming, general news|

AFSA MEDIA RELEASE – 29 NOVEMBER 2018

Last week the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance (AFSA) launched a crowdfunding campaign to fund the publication of its groundbreaking book Farming Democracy: The True Cost of Food.

Eight farms, eight stories, one revolution.

AFSA is bringing true transparency to the food system and a healthy […]

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Braidwood Garlic Fiesta and Dinner

By | 2018-10-23T18:44:19+00:00 23 October, 2018|eating seasonally, education, farmers market, festival, garlic, general news|

Braidwood Garlic Fiesta

24th November 2018, 8am-2pm

Ryrie Park Markets and Cnr Duncan St & Wallace St Braidwood

Attractions will include:

* Mr Garlic & the Garlic Fairy * Stalls in the Markets * Stalls on Conrad’s Corner * Black Garlic * Tastings * Fresh green garlic * Fresh garlic scapes […]

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Big Ag Isn’t ending Hunger

By | 2018-10-10T11:48:36+00:00 10 October, 2018|general news|

MEDIA RELEASE

9 OCTOBER 2018

Big Ag Isn’t Ending Hunger – Small-Scale Farmers and Forward-Thinking Governments Will

Will GMOs end hunger? Is industrial agriculture the answer to grow more food ever more cheaply? Political agroecologist Dr. Jahi Chappell doesn’t think so. Rather, Chappell […]

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SHA Spring Gathering, AGM & Tree Planting at Three Gullies Farm

By | 2018-09-14T15:13:27+00:00 14 September, 2018|business, eating seasonally, farmers market, festival, general news, tree planting|

JOIN US TO PLANT TREES, PLAN FOR THE FUTURE AND SHARE IN GOOD COMPANY AND FOOD

SUNDAY 7TH OF OCTOBER 2018

  • Tree planting from 10am
  • Farm tour approx 3pm
  • Southern Harvest AGM (short and sweet) 4-430pm
  • Spring Gathering and pot luck dinner 5pm

THREE GULLIES FARM TREE PLANTING & TOUR
When James and Leisa purchased Three […]

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SHA produce box recipients visit Wynlen House Slow Food Farm

By | 2018-09-04T20:32:48+00:00 4 September, 2018|eating seasonally, Gardening, general news|

It was a windy Winter’s Sunday when a group of 15 Southern Harvest Produce Box Subscribers ventured out to Braidwood to spend a few hours at Wynlen House Village Farm & Learning Centre—an urban micro-farm that grows a diverse range of vegetables and raises poultry, pigs and sheep on around 1000 square metres of land […]

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SHA President’s Report – Winter 2018

By | 2018-07-13T14:14:33+00:00 13 July, 2018|general news|

SHA President’s Report – Winter 2018

As we move through winter, and reflect on the year so far, Southern Harvest continues to support farmers, and eaters of local food with opportunities to connect across our region and enjoy the value that comes from growing and sharing local food and the knowledge to process the harvest.

In […]

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Canberra Region – Farming Together Forum June 26

By | 2018-06-13T21:45:32+00:00 13 June, 2018|general news|

The Farming Together Program is hosting a forum at the Great Hall of Canberra’s Australian National University on June 26 where you can hear about the program’s future plans

The day will include speakers such as Mick Keogh, ACCC deputy chair and John Gladigau launching Australia’s first farmer-owned mutual.

It will also be an opportunity to hear how a […]

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