Over the past 2 months we have profiled the most amazing generous supporters of urban agriculture. They have donated workshops, magazines, seeds, honey, plants, fruit trees, guide books, design consultations and cash, without which this competition would not be made possible.
It is a really exciting time in the sustainability scene at the moment. We are experiencing a flux between extreme disappointment at the governments lack of continual support to environmental activities, and the all encompassing passion and drive of people who are not willing to let other people control their common future.
To everyone who has supported this competition – Thank you.
And once again, here is the final list of prizes for the Reclaim the Curb competition. The competition closes Friday 30th May (that’s next Friday!) so its time to get into action!
Pip Magazine – for your reading pleasure, all winners will receive a few copies of the newly launched Pip Magazine
Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance – Bound copies of the Peoples Food Plan, DVDs of Fair Food, Australia’s first feature length documentary (release date expected to be September this year), Free one-year memberships of AFSA (as a group = $100; as individuals – $25 x number of individuals)
Michael Mobbs – Design Consultation
Milkwood Permaculture – One Pass to an Introduction to Permaculture course
The Urban Beehive – A full day exploring, experiencing and tasting the hives around Sydney, you even get to take some honey home with you!
Ooooby – Vegie boxes to help feed the working bee!
Terra Permaculture – One Pass to a Permaculture Design Course
The Field Institute – 5 x NSW Guides
Melbourne City Roof Top Honey – Workshop Passes and a stack of seeds to grow bee friendly plants
Mt Alexander Fruit Gardens – Workshop Passes and 3 bare rooted fruit trees
Very Edible Gardens (VEG) – Double Pass to an upcoming Edible Weeds tour
CERES – a few seedlings, seed packets of their much sort after broad beans and a few boxes of fruit and veg
Growing Abundance – Double workshop pass
The Field Institute – 10 x Vic Guides, 1 x Double pass to workshop after end May.
Good Life Permaculture – Double Workshop pass to an Introduction course on Permaculture
Urban Farming Tasmania – Seed packs
FIMBY – Garden consultation, must be within 1 hour of Hobart
The Field Institute – 5 x Tote bags