Learn from real people who are managing urban food businesses community groups and education initiatives across South Australia. Click on the images below to learn more!
Village Greens is a small, diversified organic market garden situated on the peri-urban fringe of Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula, an hour south of Adelaide. They are a team of young farmers who are passionate about sustainable agriculture and the blossoming local and fair food movement in Australia.
The Food Forest is a permaculture farm and learning centre, developed by Annemarie and Graham Brookman. They offer a consultancy service, school tours and courses on permaculture, building with strawbales, organic vegetable growing, fruit and nut production, sustainable house design and much more.
The Adelaide Bee Sanctuary’s motto is ‘let’s make Adelaide a sanctuary for bees’. They bring bees into urban gardens and rooftops and educate communities on the role bees play. They provide the best practices in beekeeping and local and ethically sourced honey and honeycomb. They also offer individuals and organisations the opportunity to sponsor beehives.
Red Ochre Farm was born from the hard work and enthusiasm of Megan. At this stage it is not registered with an Organic Certification Body. However, we do use organic practices and methods in our farming. Many farmers grow ‘organically’ but do not carry certification; these growers go ‘beyond-organic’, caring for earth and people factors in a deeper way.
Love that Seed is a small organic nursery which breeds the best of the best seeds for vegetables, fruit, herbs and other edibles. They sell seed at low prices to make growing your own more affordable and accessible. All seeds are raised up as chemical free (organic) seedlings that are for sale to the general public and for supply to retail stores.
Seacliff Community Produce Swap is a place to bring local community together, to share excess homegrown produce, to take home some goodies, to have a chat with neighbours and new friends over a cuppa, to share gardening knowledge, seeds and seedlings, and to connect with others over super local produce.
The swap is held from 9.30am to 10.30am on the last Sunday of each month September to May at 40a Kauri Parade, Seacliff (corner Wheatland Street). Winter swaps from June to August are held at Seacliff Community Kindergarten, 47 Kauri Parade, Seacliff.