GardenDrumTEDx Sydney crowd farming

TEDx crowd farmed produce

I loved being part of TEDx Sydney on the weekend. Even more amazing was how the 2,200 participants were fed. Ever heard of crowd farming before? Hundreds of backyard growers brought in their herbs and vegies; evening workshops made jams and chutney; small local businesses donated meat, milk, honey and locally made beer, as well as bread and butter made at the Opera House on the day. See how Grow It Local and Aria Catering combined forces with Sydney’s community to make it happen. (Watch the video, and if you look carefully you can see my paper herb bag contribution with lemon grass stalks sticking out the top……)

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