Links

USEFUL LINKS
Here are some links to people and places that 4Cs has visited or been involved with, and otherwise useful links (in alphabetical order):

  • Allsun Farm  (an organic market garden/ farm near the village of Gundaroo in the Southern Tablelands)
  • The Australian Food sovereignty Alliance. A collaboration of organisations and individuals working together towards a food system in which people have the opportunity to choose, create and manage their food supply from paddock to plate.
  • Braidwood Farmers’ Market – Bimonthly Farmers Market held in the National Theatre in the main street of Braidwood
    on the first and third Saturday of each month from 8am – 12.30pm.
  • Canberra Wines (a collaborative listing of wineries in the region, and tourism, food, accommodation, district events and vintage notes)
  • The Capital Region Farmers Market – Every Saturday morning at Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC)
  • The Food Co-op Quality unpackaged organic food store and cafe
  • Homeleigh Grove Canberra district Olives – a 4Cs member producer
  • Ingelara Garlic is an established producer of premium quality organic garlic located at Michelago, NSW.
  • Le Trés Bon Restaurant (run by 4Cs members Christophe and Josephine Grégoire)
  • Gilles Bonin and Victoria Clutterbuck (producers of garlic, shallots and leeks, not far from Braidwood in the NSW Southern Tablelands)
  • Minto Galloway Stud, is a 4Cs member producer of Galloway cattle, situated just north of Canberra.
  • Northside Farmers Market – Held every Saturday Afternoon at the University of Canberra.
  • Permaculture eXchange is a non-for-profit educational organisation, serving Canberra and the surrounding districts, helping people establish sustainable agricultural systems (on many different scales) based on permaculture principles.
  • Regional Food  Australia  online magazine: covers producer and local chef stories with video.
  • SEE-Change is a community, not-for-profit group that aims to inspire, inform and support action to reduce Canberra’s ecological footprint.
  • Slow Food International
  • Slow Food Australia and local convivia
  • The Southside Farmers Market is a Farmers market every Sunday morning at the CIT Southside Campus.

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