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  • Our Community »  Grow it Local

    Grow it localHi Jess Miller

    Grow it Local is a celebration of backyard, balcony, community and window-sill farmers. The concept was first brought to life in Bondi Beach during March, 2012 as an idea unite local growers & promote urban farming in a fun, social and super tasty way.


    How to create resilient hyper local networks of growers.




    My salad webber garden.

    Die Happy



    Put your patch on the map

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    Crowd Farming at TEDxSydney

    Unprecedented co-operation between charities, organisations, companies, local growers and normal everyday people in action at TEDxSydney 2013, showing just what can be achieved when a community comes together and work towards a common goal.
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    Grow it Local

    There is a noticeable shift towards sustainable food production as part of a local real food movement. Jess Miller from Grow it Local talks about her campaign that encourages people to connect with their local community and become urban farmers.
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    Grow It Local: The Case Study

    'What if we got all these balcony, backyard, community and windowsill gardeners and help them share a little bit of what they know, and what they grow?' Grow It Local shows us that the only thing better than growing your own eating it.
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