A short article presenting a way to see why contemporary storytelling could be a valuable platform for creativity and change. Feedback welcome>
Foraging as communion to place.
"There is magic and miracle woven into the stories of the land, water and air. Right where you are now."
'tis the season for robinia flowers. This common world-wide weedy tree is flowering right now, and it is yummy!
Are you in Sydney? Intrigued? Read on>>
The thistles are here. They are yummy, and full of stories to tell. One for all?> "No one provokes me with impunity" . What the heck?? Yes indeed, read on.
Have you ever wondered about the amount of wild olives that get wasted in Sydney?
Yes, really. A serious weed in our region, and yet oh-so-good>>
Read up and harvest, in season now.
Read what a guest had to say about learning to harvest edible wild mushrooms, with pictures.
Unlock the magic>
Is it edible mushrooms harvest time yet?
Nearly. And here you can find out when to get your baskets ready for>
Spending time down south at Bundanon Trust, with a bunch of printmakers. What could possibly go wrong?
Wild jerusalem artichokes and how to cook them with a traditional recipe from piedmont, italy> yum!
A visual feast of food, traditions and people. TerraMadre 2016
Artists as storytellers, presenting the new narratives that will create the humanity of the future.
Interested? Read on>>
Wouldn't it be great if you could make money out of your weeds?
Learn the how, what, where and who of this exciting possibility>
Your Garden magazine and Virgin Australia inflight magazine talking about foraging. Both ask 'Could foraging be the key to a healthier society and better tasting food?'. Read on to find out>>
Want edible wild plants knowledge? Don't have much cash? Three FREE workshops coming up in Sydney. Make the time to get the skills you want. Details in the link>>
Food security is a real issue. It affects two million Australian every year. Many an organisation are lamenting the lack of action by the government to tackle this issue. Food fight anyone?
This is when we go out with Amy from Pickles Magazine and talk about the future of food, while foraging, preparing and eating some yummy weeds>>
We all come from Africa, in several waves yes, but hey, we are all brothers and sisters.
Sounds incestuous? Well that's what science says>> Read on
A couple of radio interviews and a great article about foraging in Sydney. Do you really do that?
Change is afoot, you just need to look around to discover so many inspiring and empowering stories. Check this website for a growing selection of them>> Food4Good.com.au <<
There are kid's gardens, bee keeping, promote health by changing your diet and how to take advantage of wild resources. All in one place>>
Sometimes you realise that the best things you could have, are already in your hands.
Best food, best medicine, grows everywhere even if you don't want it to. What's not to like about purslane?