Saturday we are supporting the Big Breakfast at the Gagebrook Community centre from 8am. It’s free, all are welcome and the first event for the Waterbridge Food co-op
The Waterbridge Food Co- op is a project being developed for the Social determinants of Health grant from Tasmania Medicare Local. It is being created through the partnership of Jordan River Services, SecondBite, Colony 47, Centracare, Worksills and Dr Bridgette Watts (local GP and Urban Farming Tasmania founder). The project plan is to develop a food co-op at the community houses in Bridgewater and Gagebrook to help open the access to healthy and affordable food. It will involve growing food in the Waterbridge garden, cooking classes, an community pantry and markets.