Come and join us during the Easter school holidays at the iconic 340-acre Phillip Island property, Bimbadeen.
How much space do you need to grow enough food to feed yourself?
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Explore the beautiful Spa country in its autumnal beauty. Visit leading farmers who embrace sustainable systems to produce quality food and wine.
Welcome to Amber Creek Farm, a 165 acre property owned and managed
by Dan and Amelia Bright.
Holden the Ground Working Bee.
Creating a wildlife sanctuary by predator proofing the Holden Proving Ground.
You are invited to celebrate the launch of the Bass Coast Landcare Networks River Garden Project, a community garden, trials, innovation and education precinct on the banks of the Bass River.
Please join us for this free community workshop focusing on the links between Healthy Soil, Nutritional Food and Healthy People. There will be presentations focusing on the importance of producing and eating high quality food which is sustainably produced with minimum impact on the environment.
Welcome to The House on the Hill Olive Grove, a property owned and managed by Justin and Melanie McCulloch. Situated on the picturesque Anderson/San Remo Peninsula, the property has over 1000 olive trees and produces locally grown olives and award-winning Olive Oil. You are invited to join us for a tour of the property and hear Justin and Melanie’s story of sea change and their journey to become Olive Oil award winners.
On Friday the 19th of May Bass Coast Landcare Network hosted a tour of the best Landcare revegetation project sites throughout the Powlett River Catchment area. A group of 37 farmers came from all over Victoria to join us to have a look at the great work that Bass Coast Landcare Network have been undertaking with its volunteers over the past 20 years.
In partnership with the French Island Landcare Group, come and join us for our exciting one day bus tour to Peppermint Ridge Farm and participate in a training bush foods workshop. After lunch we will be visiting the property of respected agronomist, Chris Alenson, for a tour of his Macclesfield property.
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