A permaculture based farm on the Yorke peninsula that adopts at risk animals and teaches sustainability and self-sufficiency. Also, it’s a beautiful place to stay.
Locally grown medicinal and food plants, curious and unusual specimens
The Ngarrindjeri nation’s cultural centre. Teaching culture through camps, functions, museum and bushfood tours . Our favourite place to spend the weekend!
A local, community minded, energy efficiency auditing and advice company
A community project that records production from the volunteer gardens
Local film makers. The name says it all!
Fred’s Van is a service of the St. Vincent de Paul Society. The van and its volunteers make regular stops to provide hot food and encouragement to the needy.
Grow free is an initiative that sees carts placed at many locations. These carts are for exchanging vegetables and garden produce. Folks can take what they want and leave things if they want. It’s not a direct trade, there’s no requirement to give when taking..
A great example of what is possible when neighbours get together. They’re part of the Open Gardens SA scheme and offer workshops, walks and talks on gardening, rare fruit and permaculture.
A Gawler cafe and gallery with a focus on community projects that support local artists and community groups.
Herbalists who favour grass-roots herbalism and Community Based Dispensary work.
Rob has a quite famous Youtube channel that features videos and advice on aquaponics and urban farming.
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