Lost horticultural crafts such as hedgelaying are being revived at a historic Tasmanian farm. JUSTIN RUSSELL reports.
JUSTIN RUSSELL visits Pete's Patch, the food garden made famous by Peter Cundall at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens.
Certified organics is becoming increasingly mainstream, but there is a downside, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
Food wastage has been an issue for a long time, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
Thousands of men (and women) are coming out of the woodwork as part of the Men’s Shed movement, finding a place for friendship, handiwork, community gardening and, ultimately, better wellbeing, writes LINDA COCKBURN.
Plants have abilities we can only dream of, reports SIMON WEBSTER.
What is a bunch of dill really worth? SIMON WEBSTER offers a link to a farmer’s insight.
If you’re not already convinced, here are PHIL DUDMAN’S top 10 reasons for growing your own organic food. Spread it around!
Food writer Rodney Dunn and his family are living their dream in south-eastern Tasmania, growing and harvesting their own produce.
They are offering fellow foodies a chance to share the journey through their farm and cookery school, The Agrarian Kitchen. HELEN CUSHING paid them a visit.