How to grow edible gardens
Unique tour set to offer something for everyone
THERE is a growing trend on the Sunshine Coast of people interested in growing their own edible garden, seeking knowledge in holistic farming and permaculture.
For the first time ever, the Changing Habits Farm, a 60 acre property in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland will be open to the public on Saturday 7th October, 9am to 1.30pm
Go ‘behind the scenes’ during the farm tour and learn the principles of holistic farming that you can scale up or down no matter how big your backyard is.
This is perfect for the experienced farmer, hobby gardener and people interested in permaculture, holistic land management and/or sustainable living,
“I created this farm to educate people, grow food for my family and the local community,” said Cyndi O’Meara, founder of Changing Habits and Changing Habits Farm.
Attendees will also have to opportunity to meet Scott Robinson, consulting polyculture specialist, and learn the methodology behind mixed planting of native and exotic fruit trees, the importance of correct composting, animal and plant integration.
Take in the flowers and fruit trees, learn how we manage our seasonal gardens and see how our cows and chickens replenish the nutrients of the soil in our paddocks, while staying healthy naturally.
You will also understand why diversity is the key to regenerative food production.
When: Saturday 7th October, 9am to 1.30pm
Where: 314 Reesville Road, Reesville (Maleny) Price: $37.00
Booking Details: https://changinghabits.com. au/event/changing-habitsfarm-open-day-saturday-7october/
FARMING: The first ever public behind the scenes tour of the Changing Habits Farm.