GULP and Healthy Darwin (City of Darwin) have teamed up and launched a competition to create a healthy face using locally grown fresh produce! The winner will receive a 50 swim swimming pass and also their face of yummy fruit, veggies and greens will become the face of healthy Darwin- So get creative and … Continue reading The Face of Healthy Darwin
So, to share a little taste of local produce, wonderful community cooks are creating and donating dishes for tasting platters. These can be purchased at the community cafe at the Tropical Garden Spectacular this weekend. All for a suggested donation, served on a banana leaf on a board. All recipes accompany the dishes. (Also available … Continue reading Tasty Tastings- this weekend
The GULP project has been happening, with some great local food shares and workshops, to come up with some lovely local recipes using seasonal produce, from the community, for the community! We have so far been working in collaboration with various organisations including My Sister's Kitchen (Darwin Community Arts). My Sister's kitchen encourages women from … Continue reading Banana trunk and more at My Sister’s Kitchen
Like us on our face book page or contact us for more details!We starting spreading the word about the project at the food share for Eat Local, Feed Global, a fundraiser for Oxfam, hosted by the Mulch pit! Photos and more info coming up. So get in touch if you want to share your recipes … Continue reading GULP project released!
EXCITING FOOD CARE NT PROJECT NEWS..... We would love tell you about an exciting project put together through Food Care NT, as part of its "Learning resources" to share our enthusiasm and knowledge of local food and collaborate with other organisations. GULP (Growing and Understanding Local Produce) Recourses is a project proposed through Food Care NT … Continue reading Exciting News- GULP fact sheet Workshops
Food Care NT has been established for 4 years and is a community group of backyard gardeners and local food enthusiasts. Food Care NT hosted Darwin’s first permaculture design course and in partnership with CDU student groups instigated the design and community engagement to establish a community garden at Lakeside Drive. Food Care NT now … Continue reading Food Care NT