Fair Harvest is an established 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 and be more sustainable.
Mature Eucalyptus and Acacia in a Permaculture system It doesn’t seem that long ago at all that we moved to the farm with a great enthusiasm for planting trees. The land had been cleared for pasture, the big trees were gone, the wind howled across the paddocks and we were young and full of enthusiasm. Fast growing Eastern States Acacia […]
Fair Harvest Sustainability Festival and Charlie Mgee Sundowner 2018 theme is……Catch and Store Energy Sunday November 25th 2018 “By developing systems that collect resources when they are abundant, we can use them in times of need.” David Holmgren The next Fair Harvest Festival is coming soon, the theme for this year is “Catch and Store Energy”, one of the David […]
How to make zucchini wraps If your garden is anything like ours, it’s pumping out zucchinis at the moment, if it’s not, there’s a good chance your neighbours is or you can buy them extra cheap at the markets, or swap something for them at your local Swap Shuffle Share. So along with zucchini noodles, zucchini cake and zucchini in […]
One of my favourite things to make with pumpkin is a delicious leather. It is a savoury snack that lasts for ages out of the fridge, is great for kids, used in place of a cracker or for the final touches to an amazing salad. I mentioned it in my Food for the Road blog and had so […]
The following is a little about why I believe permaculture and mindfulness go hand in hand. I feel very lucky that we have in our community someone who is dedicated to fostering a deep understanding of what it is to be human at a time when we are so bewildered by the destructive forces of human kind. By nurturing compassion […]