We assisted Glenorchy Art and Sculpture Park (GASP!) build the business model for an innovative food based social enterprise.
A producer in Tassie? Submissions are now open to be featured in our next book.
Whether it is kept on the kitchen shelf, in the glove box or on the coffee table, the 450-page NSW regional produce companion is one book that is bound to always be on hand.
In the Folds of Hills depicts life in the secluded valleys around Lima, a rural area a little over 100kms northwest from Melbourne, Victoria.
The Field Guide to Victorian Produce was developed as an extension of The Locavore Edition project – which aims to reconnect producers and consumers.
An event that we developed with AECOM brought together more than 250 engineers, architects and planners to share ideas on the future of the city of Melbourne.
Melbourne is often cited as one of the world’s most liveable cities in which 4.25 million people live, work and play.
The Locavore Edition publishes high quality editorial content across digital and print media that educates and informs consumers about sustainable regional food producers and suppliers.