Connecting with local agriculture

Peregian Goodlife Food Co-op is in full swing now thanks to the organisers Michael Dan &  Lizette. The local Tennis Club Manager Andrew has enabled the Thursday night Co-operative to have a place to distribute the organic produce directly from the local farms over the winter months while the healthy-active sport of tennis is played under lights down below.

A lovely connection with our local farmers has started to grow.


The Peregian Goodlife Food Co Op starts at 6.30pm Upstairs at the Tennis Club House. New Members welcome.


Here comes that Sixth Wave....

Take a look at this article found by Mat about 'Community Farming' 


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Comments: 5
  • #1

    Mukti Grace (Monday, 02 April 2012 18:06)

    Looks like a lot more fun and better produce than the local C&W stores.

  • #2

    John Fuller (Monday, 02 April 2012 18:59)

    nice pic of beetroot - a nice salad suggestion with; beetroot, spinach [the vine variety is good], sunflower seeds, blue cheese, splash of O-oil :o

  • #3

    Vicki Lemarseny (Monday, 02 April 2012 21:31)

    Peregian leads the way again :)

  • #4

    In Peregian Beach (Wednesday, 08 August 2012 17:37)

    For anyone wishing to join.
    The Food Co Op is held upstairs at the Peregian Tennis Club House (winter venue)starting at 6.30pm. Hopefully in summer we will be located down in the Veggie Village.

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