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?Read More
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?Read More
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?
The legends are in town to launch their book. Come along for the possibility to talk to them about free travelling: fishing, hunting, gathering and sourcing your way through Australia.Read More
Oh dear, they're here! Blue flax lily, all over the parks, reserves and street plantings of Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and further. Have you tried the berries yet? Check the hints in the blog post, consult Wild Food Map for location and enjoy! Short season folks, better be quick for this treatsRead More
Oh No! Onion weed! How to get rid of this pesky sprout?? EAT IT! Yep, I know, you learned to hate this plant, shooting up on your perfect lawns and causing much aesthetic disturbance. But ay, it is actually a good feed too> try itRead More
How do you engage with belonging in a country of foreigners?
How does it feel to engage with sorrow and guilt, while the society around you seems to live in denial.
Why care for land should be an imperative for all, young and old, born here or anywhere.
Do you care to ask yourself those questions?
This Friday, just in time for the day of the dead, we might dig dirt>>
In May 2015 for TEDx Sydney, a group of forward thinkers and environmental conscious producers were mustered to provide for 2.5k people at the Opera House. This video tells you how and why>>Read More
An article on the Sydney Morning Herald about the crave for foraging knowledge and a recording of a presentation about Art and Power. What's the link? Read on>Read More
A scarred tree is what is left from the traditional practices of Aboriginal Australians to collect bark for making vessels and canoes. I recently visited the tree that donated the bark for a canoe we built in 2011. They are both fine, tree and canoe. See the video of the making here>Read More
Grove is a new online magazine about sustainability and surprising ways to make ethical decisions fun.
Here's a video interview with 4 foragers in Sydney, looking at why, where and how urban foraging can happen.
Follow Grove here>> www.grove-mag.comRead More
We will provide rebellious weeds to the 2.5k guest of TEDx Sydney this year. Will you want to help out with harvesting an infestation or two on May 18 -19? Join the Rambling Harvest here, to be part of this hilarious project, or get in contact if you'd like your weedy patch to be dealt with.Read More
Mushrooms foraging in the pine forest can be great fun, if you know what you're doing.
Here's a short overview of some of the edible and not so edible mushrooms you can find when the season is on. Some are great food, some makes for great pictures, other makes for striking visuals.
If you'd like to learn more jump on board one of our bus tours this season, details and bookings here>Read More