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Blue Mountains Edible Garden Trail

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Best day out ever for gardeners
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Best ever fun, educational day out for gardeners


Increase your food growing skills and knowledge

The Edible Garden Trail offers a once-a-year unique opportunity to prowl about the yards of passionate gardeners. And, at a time when fresh food is more expensive than ever, it's a great way to combine a fun day outdoors and an educational experience that will reap ongoing rewards.

While edible gardens have been popping up all over the place (in fact, the Blue Mountains trail inspired Sydney's) the Blue Mountains version is a helpful showcase of how to grow food in a cooler climate.

At the Blue Mountains Edible Garden Trail, you can:

  • See examples of food growing, composting and more

  • Learn how to grow food

  • Visit gardens of all sizes - both small and large

  • Get ideas for your own garden

  • Learn how to be more self-reliant, sustainable and food secure

  • Learn what grows well in cool climates

  • Get some opportunities to ask questions

  • Get a few opportunities to purchase products such as seedlings, plants or foods

    Excitingly, the focus of this year's edible garden trail is indigenous foods (how to grow and use them)!! I can't wait.

    See below for all the need to know.

    4pm (unless otherwise stated)

    WHERE: The backyards of growers, large and small, from Lapstone to Hartley


    HOW TO BOOK YOUR TICKET:

    You can book online here (keep your receipt to collect your wristband and a booklet):https://www.ediblegardentrail.com/book-tickets

    You can also book at participating stores including Blue Mountains Food Co-op (Ha'Penny Lane, Katoomba), Lyttleton Stores Lawson, Glenbrook Village Nursery, Manly Food Co-op, Alfalfa House Food Co-op, and more.

    COST:

    WEEKEND PASS

    Early Bird* — $25 each (On sale now!)

    General Admission — $30 each

    Concession — $25 each

    Groups of 4 — $25 each

    Child (15 & under) — free

    CASUAL GARDEN ENTRY

    Access individual gardens, casual entry paid per person, per garden:

    General Admission — $5 each

    Concession — $2 each

    Children (15 & under) — free

    ORGANISER: This is a community not-for-profit event, organised by The Blue Mountains Food Co-op. Proceeds from the event go to participating schools and community gardens.

    See you there!

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    Why? Learn how to be more sustainable and food secure
    When: 10am-4pm (unless stated otherwise), weekend of 15 and 16 October 2022
    Where: Blue Mountains - from Lapstone to Hartley
    Cost: WEEKEND PASS: $25-$30; CASUAL ENTRY PER GARDEN: $2-$5; CHILDREN 15 and under are free.
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