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Call out for events to be part of Urban Agriculture Month, April 2021

Would you like to host your own event at the first national @Urban_Agriculture_Month (UAM) in April 2021? The UAF is hosting Urban Agriculture Month throughout April 2021, to raise the profile of edible gardens and urban farms around the country. UAM will feature self-generated events from open gardens, workshops and guided tours, to communal feasts. To take part, simply create an account and register […]

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Sustain’s Pandemic Gardening Survey Report is here!

We know you’ve been waiting for it: The National Pandemic Gardening Survey Report is here! This year over 9,000 Australian gardeners told us what edible gardening meant to them during COVID-19. At a time of great global uncertainty, growing food was a source of solace, peace and healing; it meant safe, healthy and fresh food […]

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Sustain’s Vermont Farm to Plate Webinar Series, Dec 2020

This December Sustain: The Australian Food Network is hosting a series of events to bring you an in-depth look at Vermont Farm to Plate plan—perhaps the most comprehensive food and farming system strategy of its kind. Across three webinars, Director Jake Claro and Network Manager Sarah Danly will discuss how the program has increased employment, […]

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Urban Agriculture Month (1-30 April 2021)

  Join us from 1 to 30 April 2020 for the very first national #urbanagriculturemonth! Urban Agriculture Month (UAM) is run by Sustain, a think and do network connecting passionate people like you to build tangible change. Anyone involved in urban agriculture is welcome to organise an event, whether individually or as an group, organisation […]

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Vote for Sustain’s Food Justice Farm

Want to see fresh, local and sustainable food available to everyone no matter their circumstances? Help make it happen by voting for Melbourne Food Hub x Sustain’s Food Justice Drive – creating an urban farm and training program for disadvantaged youth to grow good food for those in need. Voting is open from July  6th […]

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‘Community gardens are essential’ campaign

Community gardens and associated forms of urban agriculture provide an essential service as well as a health and wellbeing lifeline to over 261,000 Australians every week. Community gardens and urban food production are a source of fresh, healthy, affordable, safe, and accessible food as well as providing a place to exercise and stay physically fit. These spaces […]

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