Locavore Lunch and Divestment Forum

October 16, 2014

October 16, 2014

11:30 am To 9:00 pm

426 Carters Rd, Margaret River, WA


0439 568 131

Event Description

Join us for lunch at Fair Harvest Permaculture where the lunch is made entirely from locally sourced produce. Explore our extensive gardens and find out how else you can be involved in some of our projects and workshops.

At 6pm  there will be a Divestment Form on “divesting in organisations that are supporting and profiting from fossil fuels”


Jodie Lane

426 Carters Road, Margaret River, WA

0439 568 131


Short description—organiser

Jodie is the manager at Fair Harvest.

Fair Harvest is a permaculture farm 5km out of Margaret River in Australia’s beautiful South West corner.

Our aim is to inspire and enable people to grow their own produce. Join us on one of our permaculture courses or sustainable living workshops and visit our display farm where you can see our trials, errors and triumphs over the years.

When we’re not on the farm, we’re out setting up others’ edible gardens through our gardening and consultancy business. Or we’re in the community getting our hands dirty with the volunteer group Permablitz.

We have recently completed renovation of the old farm shed as a venue for workshops and events. The new venue includes a fully equipped commercial kitchen that is available for local growers and producers.

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