TREASURE THE LAND WE LOVE
Our efforts were, and still are, driven by deep respect for all life, and the desire to cultivate sustainable ways of living.
Blue water dreaming
We can all do our bit – it can as simple as picking up plastic from the beach and making sure we take all rubbish home. Plastics pollution of the oceans is a huge global issue.
A more sustainable solution
Can small change lead to big picture difference? I believe it can. Are you up for it? In every context we need to adopt diversity and resourcefulness and where better to start than in our gardens.
Keeping it REAL
Of course I want to deliver fabulous seasonal food and great customer service but I also hope to encourage those who visit to understand more about ingredients and the food system that they partake in. It is my mantra that if we are informed, we will make better choices.
A sustainable destination actively encourages its visitors to understand the area, its history and environment. Expectation is exceeded by focusing on what is already here and not on what could be added.
The small things are important
To me contributing to a sustainable world is about the small things. Picking up rubbish when we see it. Always choosing the plastic free alternative when there is one. Trying to grow food. Planting more plants to improve native habitats. Going pre loved where possible.