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    Katrina’s Kitchen Garden

    I’m an urban farmer, currently utilising 4 urban properties, just normal gardens, but growing food for markets and home delivery of herbs and salad greens. We do a couple of markets – the Titirangi Village Market, and from September the Oratia Farmer’s Market, as well as supplying a local restaurant with edible flowers. The big focus for us is foodscaping, and we have a team of gardeners who tackle this work in a ‘working bee’ style. We are a new business (2017) and our first employees will be chosen from our trainees, who are young adults with intellectual disabilities.

  • Kowhai Grove – Environmental Education Hub

    Kowhai Grove is a place where young people and the community connect to the land, learn and contribute to a small-scale farming operation, and grow food together and as individuals. Our mission is to create authentic, learner-centric land-based experiences and future pathways for young people and their community. We aspire to increase access to local, fresh, earth-friendly and healthy food.

  • Piwakawaka Valley

    We are a small farm in the south of New Zealand. We have free range chickens, milk goats, bunnies, a house cow, a beginning orchard and berry patch and of course vegetables.

  • Seaview Cottage Farm & Gardens

    We’re a family of 5 on a journey from urban to rural, to self-sufficiency and organic farming. Seaview Cottage Farm & Gardens is 30 mins north of Dunedin, New Zealand in the small coastal community of Purakaunui, set among the backdrop of diverse native flora and fauna.