PPUFFN… all that's good about Port Phillip…

IT’S A LIVELY NEWSLETTER from the Port Phillip Urban Fresh Food Network this time:

  • news from the new South Melbourne Commons
  • Transition Towners ferment in their own convivial kitchen
  • summer grower’s competition
  • eating to help homeless people
  • a gleaned tree is a good tree
  • food sovereignty

    in Venezeula.

Open the Port Phillip Urban Fresh Food Network’s newsletter… http://us2.campaign-archive2.com/?u=d3f90a12a0752dbb822326928&id=57b6b3ee70&e=1ec115b177


  1. Katherine Prescott

    i am looking for an organic-minded community garden near my area- Fitzroy Melbourne.
    the one at Collingwood Childs Farm is full for the next ten years and the waiting list is long. Do you know of any or who i can contact?

    i know there is a scheme in England i think it was started by Hugh Fearnley Whittingsal (River Cottage) that people with big gardens that dont use them let people who dont have their own outside area, grow their own organic produce! its a great idea.

    Anyway i would love a space to grow fruit and vegies in as currently my window garden is running out of room!!! i am a member of the Diggers club
    and i am very much into organic/biodynamic ways of growing stuff.

    i look forward to your reply

    Katherine Prescott

    look forward to hearing from you

  2. Wally Jablonka

    Hi Katherine Just found your letter, Check out a site called The Sharehood. Yes there are a few sites that share back yards for those who have run out of room. Hope you find what you are looking for Cheers Wally.

  3. Brigitte

    i am looking for an organic-minded community garden near my area- Oakleigh South. There does not seem tobe any near my area. I woulod be grateful if anyone could pass on details of one. Thanks in advance.
    Cheers Brigitte

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