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Caboolture Organic Farmers' Market

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Published November 9th 2010
If you believe that pesticides, synthetic chemicals and radiation have no place on your dinner plate, head down to the Caboolture Region Environmental Education Centre (CREEC) for some organic shopping.

The Permaculture Caboolture Organic Farmer's Market provides a variety of tasty organic eats and treats on the first and third Saturday of every month. The massive selection of organic fare on offer includes fruit and vegetables, eggs, coffee, wine, honey, seafood, breads and cakes, to name but a few. You can also purchase organic seeds, soy candles, soaps, environmentally friendly cleaning products and books about organic farming and sustainability.

Many stalls are certified organic, which means that their business practices have been audited by Australian Certified Organic and have passed the international standards for organic farmers; while others prescribe to chemical free and eco-sustainable methods of farming. Those who offer animal products follow humane guidelines for animal treatment (for example, eggs are laid by free range chickens.) So you don't have to feel guilty when purchasing your groceries from the Caboolture Organic Farmers Market.

Permaculture Caboolture is also interested in educating customers about the organic food movement so if you're interested in starting your own backyard farm, you can talk to organisers and stall holders. You can also pick up books and other literature on the subject.

CREEC facilities include plentiful parking, a playground for the kids, wheelchair access and disabled toilets.

The Permaculture Caboolture Organic Farmers Market makes it cheaper and easier to provide your family with organic food.
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Why? Because we've only got one planet
When: First and third Saturday of the month
Where: 150 - 169 Rowley Road, Burpengary
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