Farming Choices: Farm Tours

Join us on the 25th march for a bus tour of three diverse and sustainable local farming enterprise. Bus leaving from Braidwood and returning to Braidwood
  • What Biodiversity Climate Education Native Vegetation Regenerative Agriculture Small Farms
  • When 25 Mar, 2018 (Australia/Sydney / UTC1100)
  • Where Braidwood, Mongarlowe, Northagera, Jembaciubene
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  • Contact Phone (02) 4842 2594 (please ask for Rebecca Klomp - Landcare)
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Farm 1: Australian Mountain Pepper, Mongarlowe. Host: Tim Wimborne "We are a small, family owned venture that practices nature-first farming, an enterprise that promotes the quality and quantity of wilderness areas and is both environmentally and socially sustainable"' - Australian Mountain Pepper

Farm 2: Hazelwood Farm, Northangera. Hosts: Sarah and Wayne Merriman “Our main goal is not only to improve our patch of land and food production but to do it in a way that is both environmentally and also economically sustainable.” - Hazelwood Farm

Farm 3: Gilles Farm, Jembaicubene. Host: Gilles Bonin
'We have been growing garlic here at Jembaicumbene near Braidwood for 20 years. We farm with organic methods - no chemicals, pesticide free, using compost and natural minerals for biological soil balancing. ' Gilles Farm