The New Age Co-op Collaborative farming in 2017

20 November 2017 until 21 November 2017

Join us to hear from BIG PICTURE FARMERS who have thought OUTSIDE THE BOX to build their farming enterprise in line with their community. We are running two events for interested community members to attend and learn more about this community-centred approach to farming.

From a community food movement working to utilize disused fruit blocks...through to an enterprise based on matching aspiring farming families with retiring farmers and investors. These sessions include presentations from:

  • Sunraysia Local Food Future
    A food movement working to support the local community to utilize disused fruit blocks and in turn create a local food economy
  • Southern Graziers
    A local farming business looking to share farming models to start a grazing operation without capital to buy land. Could this provide an opportunity for younger generations to get started?
  • Village Greens of Willunga Creek
    Village Greens is a small, diversified organic market garden made up of farmers who are passionate about sustainable agriculture and the blossoming local and fair food movement in Australia

Loxton event only

  • John Gladigau of Bulla Burra
    Bulla Burra collaborative broad acre farming enterprise: John is a Nuffield Scholar, fourth generation farmer and brings to the table his vision to reduce costs, increase efficiencies and increase profitability of family farms.
  • Little Bunyip Farms
    From collaborative date farming in Central Australia to growing mushrooms and microgreens in the Clare Valley, Little Bunyip offer a unique perspective on collaborative farming. 

Monday 20 November 2017

When: 5.30-8.00pm
Where: Purtinga Environmental Centre, Cornerstone College, 68 Adelaide Rd, Mount Barker
Cost: Free, light dinner included


Tuesday 21 November 2017

When: 10.30am - 2:00pm
Where: Loxton Research Centre, Bookpurnong Rd, Loxton
Cost: Free, lunch included
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Loxton OR Mount Barker

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