Aim: Urban farming Tasmania is a free collective supporting stronger communities through growing, collecting and sharing fruit and vegetables.

Values: Equality, empowerment, education and sustainability

Moto: Grow a garden, build community share the excess, save seeds and feed the future

-to open access to gardening knowledge, materials and resources
-to empower individuals and groups to make change in their own lives
-to share resources, knowledge, skills and materials

We are active online, through live events and workshops. We are always looking for donations, volunteers and events to attend!

We are a group of volunteers and we work with no formal funding. We depend on donations and opportunities given to us by community. We work hard with our donations to provide opportunities in education and empowerment to grow, share and eat fruit and vegetables.

CASH donations are welcome at events

SEEDS are always a great donation, a little goes a long way. We are happy with backyard and commercial seed. We put these into our free seed bank which is open to the community at our events for deposits and withdrawals.

GARDEN MATERIALS are a great donation. Straw, manure, potting mix, edge stripes, raised garden beds, good tools, newspaper, cardboard, pots, stakes. These are all used to start new community gardens and build up old ones,

SEEDLINGS are fantastic and always welcome. If you have excess in the garden, dig them up and brigs them along. These are great starters for beginners and experienced gardeners.We love seedlings in egg cartons and recycled containers!

CUTTINGS are excellent. We have a great network of gardeners who are happy to strike from cuttings.

PLANTS are great. We love established plants

TREES are superb! We get  few of these and they are always welcome

Please clean all your pots carefully in bleach and try to use new potting mix to prevent contamination of gardens

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Contact details

Facebook: facebook/urbanfarmingtasmania
Website: urbanfarmingtasmania.org
Email: urbanfarmingtasmania@hotmail.com
Twitter: @urbanfarmingtas


2 thoughts on “About

  1. I just noticed your Facebook post about places to leave excess produce. I think Stoneman’s Nursery at Glenorchy have something.

  2. Hello from Sustainable Living Tasmania,

    Our annual Sustainable Living Festival has come around and we would love you to exhibit with us again!

    Registration for exhibitors closes at the end of this week Friday 26th! So please hurry and complete the a registration form and get it back to us ASAP! http://www.slt.org.au/festival

    Thank you for your continued support of Sustainable Living Tasmania and we hope to see you again at our festival.


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