FareShare Kitchen Garden Open Day
Wasteland to Wonderland
See how FareShare has transformed an urban dump into a giant veggie patch!
FareShare Kitchen Garden was created in 2016 to grow vegetables for FareShare – Australia’s largest charity kitchen. It boasts 70 beds created by volunteers producing eggplant, zucchini, carrots, silverbeet, Jerusalem artichoke and a trial crop of sweet potatoes. All food grown at the garden is used to add nutrition to FareShare’s meals for the hungry. Take a tour as part of the Urban Agriculture Series for SLF and meet the Backyard Honey beekeeper to learn the role of bees in an edible garden.