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A vocal American advocate of ‘local food’, Mark Winne, argues in his latest book, Food Rebels, Guerilla Gardeners and Smart Cookin’ Mamas, that the clash between the industrial-food system and the alternative-food system is undermining health, environment and democracy
ABC’s Bush Telegraph reports on the Biological Farmers of Australia new initiative to take young children’s food education further by linking schools with organic farms. Steve Skopolianos of Ladybird O viagra buy rganics in Victoria is the program’s first adopted farmer. Jane Burns is the organiser of this program and […]
THE ICEA Foundation has just started a partnership with EON Edible Gardens, by providing gardening tools and seeds as incentives to students to encourage and motivate them to start up gardens at home in their remote communities. THE
NINE year old Holly Gare of Cottesloe has written this beautiful award winning story about a tomato. “Hello, I start off as a little seed and then I grow into a little green tomato, then I grow into a big rosy red tomato. I like to see all the little […]
ASHLEY Da Silva from SBS Food reports of the successful food swap idea that is the craze around Australia. It is sadly noted that Western Australia has no food swap centre where people can trade their home grown surplus. Melbourne’s first food swap the “Urban Orchard’ started three years ago […]
STEPHEN Crittenden of ABC’s Background Briefing on Sunday 18th April, reports on the complex issues surrounding food labelling. At present there is a public inquiry into food labelling which opens, as he reports, a Pandora’s box of problems. Earlier this year From Plains to Plate, a South Australian initative of […]
SLOW Food international president and founder Carlo Petrini this week launched a collaborative project between children’s environment awareness organisation Millennium Kids and Slow Food Perth to build children’s awareness of food production and indigenous food culture.
LOCAL food chains, how local food stores are operated in remote communites and research into the different sustainable models of local food gardens for remote areas are all part of the Remote Indigenous Garden Network research.