Websites

Tasmania

Backyard Bounty delicious, award-winning preserves are made using home-grown fruit and veg sourced from people community

CENTS Community Exchange Network Tasmania is a community exchange which operates Tasmania wide where people trade goods, services and skills with one another without money

Channel Living Providing ideas and support for sustainable living in the Channel.

Climate Change Hobart

Environment Tasmania is a non-profit conservation council dedicated to the protection, conservation and rehabilitation of Tasmania’s natural environment.

Food for Thought National Community Garden Conference

Food is Free Project Tasmania getting people growing. International movement based in Geevston.

Fork & Hoe Collective are a collective of individuals who have come together to create an intentional livelihood that nurtures, in unison ourselves and the environment.

Grow Eat Learn Project University of Tasmania is a unique research project led by TIA (the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture) in collaboration with UTAS Architecture and Education staff and students, and local primary and secondary students.

Good Life Permaculture is a business with a focus is to regenerate landscapes, build community and have a good life.

Landcare Tasmania Every weekend, everyday, volunteers are finding local solutions to local problems – pulling weeds, planting trees, improving the health of our soil, bushland, waterways and coastlines – the Landcare movement is about people with passion working together to make a difference.  Get involved today!

Meander Food Connect and Deloraine House

North West Environmental Centre is to inspire a new perspective on our relationship with the environment and each other so that we may all act to create a socially harmonious and ecologically sustainable future.

NRM Tamar is an independent, non-profit organisation that works with a range of community, education, business and government groups.

Permaculture Tasmania

Produce to the People Grow • Gather • Give • Produce • Passion • Provenance

Royal Botanical Gardens

Slow Food Hobartgood, clean and fair food. A local connection with an international movement

Suburban Jubilee by Tanya Murray writes a beautiful blog and runs Simple Living group which meets monthly in Launceston

Sustainable Living in Kingborourgh was formed with the purpose of creating a community where people can live simply, share skills and resources, foster social networks and find ways to reduce our impact on the environment.

Sustainable Living Tasmania is all about action – not the radical kind– the practical, positive kind. Our not-for-profit organisation has been powered by fabulous staff members, steadfast supporters and enthusiastic volunteers for almost 40 years.

Source Community Wholefoods and Garden

Tasman Ecovillage

Understorey Network

Very Edible Gardens

Waterbridge Food Co-op

 

Australia

ABC Gardening Australia

Australian City Farms and Community Garden network

Doug Green Garden Blog

Cultivating Community

Flavor Crusader

Food Know How

Healthy Together Victoria

Independent Pest Control Sydney

Kids and permaculture

Laneway Learning Melbourne

The Little Vegi Patch Company

Lentil as Anything

Milkwood Permaculture

Permaculture Australia

Pop-up Vegi Patch Federation Square

Rooftop Honey

Vegi Patch Van

Walking Score

 

Overseas

Adolescent City- Ryan Renolds TEDx.

Asset Based Community Development Institute

Brooklyn Grange: Roof Top City Farm

Cape Farewell Project England

Community Fruit Harvesting New Zealand

Eden Project England

Edible Cities

Fallen Fruit America

Food is Free Project America

Gap Filler New Zealand

Kings of Flint Documentary

Incredible Edibles Todmorden England

Lexicon of Sustainability America

Life and Money

Mangeons Local

Parking Day

The People’s Supermarket London

Pod Knowledge exchange

Seed Savers International

Union Street Orchard London

Contact details
Facebook: facebook/urbanfarmingtasmania
Website: urbanfarmingtasmania.org
Email: urbanfarmingtasmania@hotmail.com
Twitter: @urbanfarmingtas
Mail: C/O Bracknell Post Office

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