We acknowledge that we live and farm on Dja Dja Wurrung country, and that Aboriginal sovereignty on this land has not been ceded.
We pay our respects to the Dja Dja Wurrung people as the traditional custodians of this land, and to their Elders past, present and emerging.
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Find us at Castlemaine Farmers Market Weekly every Wednesday 2.30-5.30pm (winter) and 3.30-6.30pm (summer). Note – market timing are subject to change.
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Latest updates from the coop
Gung Hoe Growers are launching their 2021 CSA Veggie Box Subscriptions, starting with a 5 week summer box subscription.Boxes will include a selection of leafy greens(kale, silverbeet), alliums (spring onions, leeks, onions, garlic), cucumbers, zucchini, herbs,...
Look out for us at these Accredited Farmers Markets over the next week or so: Sat 19th Dec – Coburg Farmers Markets. Wed 23rd Dec – Coburg…
Our certified organic ‘Vista’ cherries are on special until midday Wednesday! Collect from Castlemaine, Bendigo or Harcourt.
This week Sas gives an update on the Spring goings on for the Dirty Hoes. Planting, mulching, composting, garlic, bush foods, cake, laughs and veggie boxes to come…
Gung Hoes sixth crop of organic garlic has been dug, cured, plaited and is now available for order.
The whole world needs change It’s bigger than they think It doesn’t matter, Though it seems to. Nothing changes Unless we do. Nothing changes Until we choose to. It doesn’t matter Who wins or loses You will still bet your horses You will still drive for miles You will...
This year Tellurian Fruit Gardens is running it first ‘volunteer residency’, whereby we invite a willing participant to come and live on the farm and learn the ins and outs of growing fruit and running a farm business, plus some food sovereignty knowledge for good measure. Sam (whose family is in our CSA community) is the first to take on the position and this week he has shared some words about his journey this far.
Planning for a constant milk supply year round can be tricky.There are several influencing factors which determine a cows milk production and how long she will milk for.
FSC 2020 is your change to engage with the movement and join the global struggle for a food system that supports the climate, the ecosystems, the animals and humans alike. Get involved and help direct AFSA’s efforts over the coming year.
Learning how to change for the better this week Mel briefly talks about the new routine and costumes!