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“The real path to natural farming requires that a person know what unaltered nature is, so that he or she can instinctively understand what needs to be done – and what must not be done – to work in harmony with its processes.”

- Masanobu Fukuoka

When the earth was our garden, we revered nature

We knew each plants' gifts and myths

We foraged and farmed in harmony with natural habitats


We can again learn to grow and harvest this way

Connecting deeply with all life

Observing and not interfering


Learning to garden this way, by allowing, is a healing processes

As we nurture country, she nurtures us.

Wild Edible Gardening


Wild edible gardens are peaceful, abundant habitats that connect us to an ancient way of being, in harmony with nature’s rhythms.


The role of the gardener is one of intuition, reflection and nurturing, with moments given to tending here and there.

All types of plants grow happily together, fruit trees, berries, herbs, flowers, vines, vegetables, natives and 'weeds'.

They are spaces to gather, connect, and reflect.

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