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are this weeks greens for veg boxes
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are this weeks greens for veg boxes

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  • Spring Famine
    August 20, 2019

    Spring Famine

    Have you noticed the birds in the last week? All of a sudden, the energy and movement seem to be up. It seems like they're telling us Spring is on its way. The blossom on the fruit trees are saying...

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  • Can Your Own Food
    March 6, 2016

    Can Your Own Food

    For the self-reliant out there, few skills are more useful than the ability to preserve the food one has grown. Canning is the process of storing processed foods, homegrown vegetables, meats, sauces, stocks and many other food products that are...

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  • Fringe Festival @ Conscious Caravan
    March 10, 2015

    Fringe Festival @ Conscious Caravan

    This festival at the Food Garden and Conscious Caravan, we have a full program of locally and internationally recognised performers and artists for your enjoyment. Circus from the Chiploatas and friends, local blues singer Hilary Blackshaw,  story tellers Andrew McKenna...

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  • Menu @ Conscious Caravan
    March 10, 2015

    Menu @ Conscious Caravan

    Breakfast: – Seasonal fruit smoothie – Green smoothie – House made activated granola with coconut cream & seasonal fruit (grain free) – Chia pudding   Lunch: – Fresh dip platter, with babaganoush, roasted beetroot dip, smoked pumpkin dip, with our house made grain free...

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  • October 18, 2013

    The Open Food Revolution

    This is a reprint of a talk by friend of The Food Garden and avid activist for stronger connections between growers and eaters, Kirsten Larsen. It was presented this week at the Festival of Ideas, and we thought it was...

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  • So what do you do the rest of the week?
    July 8, 2013

    So what do you do the rest of the week?

    As we now only deliver Thursday and Friday, many of you ask “well, what do you do the rest of the week?” I’d love to say “nothing much”, but these food boxes don’t grow themselves people! (Well, strike that, they...

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  • Resilience in the Garden
    May 7, 2013

    Resilience in the Garden

    Walking through the garden recently, the remnants of the harsh summer just gone were still there to be seen. The ginkgo tree all but given up for dead (twice in two years), a fig tree cutting planted “temporarily” in the...

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