Busy busy in the heart of Winter

July 2018 on The Farm

While much of the country is experiencing drought, we on the NW Coast of Tasmania are experiencing ALL the rain.  Muddy boots, muddy eggs, muddy chooks, muddy roads, muddy container toilet instillation!

Our fresh food hub/emergency food relief/fresh food lifeline/call it what you like is open two days each week. Produce was accessed from us 1627 times in July.  That’s 400+ tummies with fresh, locally grown produce each week. We are incredibly proud of the service we provide and are privileged to assist our community. A huge shout out to our volunteers who grow, gather and give to help make this happen.

Micro green central aka our hothouse has ramped up production as we prepare for the opening of our Patron Ben Milbourne’s much anticipated restaurant Charlotte Jack and we are proud to supply local eateries Verona, Palate, Delish + Illume as well.  Remember to support your local because that way you are supporting local producers as well!  If you would like to purchase our micros get in touch and we will bring you some samples. You won’t be disappointed as our feedback to date is 100% satisfaction! The income we earn from our micro green social enterprise goes towards the running of our farm and our elder produce box home delivery service.

We have also started to sow our spring crops in the hothouse – it is a warm and cosy hive of activity at the moment!

Teaser: Watch this space for a couple of announcements. A grand opening and an event you won’t want to miss…

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