What Our Client Says
Justin StokaSamford, Brisbane
In striving to become effective at growing some of your own food, you localise your food choices, leading to fresher and tastier food. You gain education, enhance your well being and create the opportunity to connect with your local community about food gardening. After perfecting your skills and gaining a level of self sufficiency, you may also swap and trade in the food you grow.
A food garden can include vegetables, herbs, edible and non edible flowers, fruit trees and fruiting bushes, as well as Australian bush foods. The food garden can be grown on a balcony, backyard, acreage garden, hobby farm and also include small animals. Generally the food garden is for those seeking a level of self sufficiency in food and at times would also be commercial,
Self sufficiency in food is a worthy goal, but it is rarely achieved. Improving your food growing skills over time, whilst enhancing the health and vitality of your food garden or small farm are essential steps. Success is more in the striving for quality and consistency in what you grow which will lead to a level of self sufficiency in the foods you cultivate that are suitable for your climate. Our coaching and workshops get you closer to self sufficiency.