Guest speakers have included author and science communicator Julian Cribb, soil guru Bruce Davison and a diverse collection of food producers and chefs who have demonstrated how to make healthy, wholesome food from local produce.
In 2017, we are thrilled to be collaborating and co-creating with with our local Walbunja People – the first farmers in this region – for our upcoming festival.
Author of “Dark Emu, Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?”, Bruce Pascoe and fellow author of “The Oldest Foods on Earth”, John Newton will be speaking at this year’s event and sharing their knowledge with us. Walbunja Senior Woman Lee-Anne Parsons and Walbunja/Gumbayggirr man Bindarray jiibiny will also be joining the speaker panel to contribute their knowledge to the discussion of farming and food in our cultures.
Stall holders come from all over the southeast region of New South Wales and include growers, makers, retailers of sustainable products and community groups including primary schools and even preschools. Plus there’s always a heap of activities and games for the kids to enjoy along with some fabulous local food.
SAGE’s annual dinner, The Riverfeast, has become legendary for its inspiring local food menu and unbeatable party atmosphere. We believe good food produced locally should be celebrated!
Click or tap to visit the Southeast Harvest website