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Jacqueline Forster

Marketing & Community Education Coordinator, Blue Mountains Food Co-op

on behalf of Edible Garden Trail Blue Mountains

0468 624 649

"Sandwiched between drought, bushfire and a global pandemic, the 2020 Blue Mountains Edible Garden Trail (held in early March) was nevertheless a great success raising more than $9,000 for school and community gardens."

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"One of the highlights of the trail is the fabulous Blackheath acreage garden on Shipley Road of Hillier Windsor, with chooks, ducks, alpaca, sheep, orchards, polytunnels and Farm it Forward plot and a wonderful cafe run by the children and raising extra funds for Blackhealth Public School."

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"Kids are dealing with a lot of stress from bushfires and climate change ... getting them out into the garden planting, composting and harvesting is not only a great learning experience, it is also so good for their mental health."

"When studies show that the average food basket has travelled some 70,000 kms, or around Australian’s coastline three times, before it gets to the consumer, using a staggering 16,989 tonnes of Co2, the benefits of growing your own food for the planet are huge." 

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Photo: Sarah Keen - Light Her Lantern

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"The Blue Mountains Edible Garden Festival and Trail is the brainchild of Wentworth Falls resident Susanne Rix, who has been growing food since she got her first little garden in the 1970s."

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