We are hosting a fundraiser screening of the ‘Biggest Little Farm’ movie!! Your tickets will assist Gympie Landcare in raising funds to be put back into community programs.
The Biggest Little Farm is a 2018 American documentary film, directed by Emmy Award-Winning director John Chester. The film profiles the life of Chester and his wife Molly as they acquire and establish themselves on Apricot Lane Farms in Moorpark, California. The couple are followed through their successes and failures as they work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles.
Over the years, the desolate land they purchase begins to thrive and is transformed. This movie is a must-see for all those who want to regenerative their land and those who want to buy produce from farmers who regenerate their land and use sustainable farming practices.
Tickets are $20 for non-members and $16 for members. Tickets are available at our office or through our website here: https://gympielandcare.org.au/pr…/biggest-little-farm-movie/
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They're baaaack!! I think we now have some new residents 😍 Admin has decided we should name our two newest admin staff, have any ideas for names? Post in the comments 😀
Posted by Gympie & District Landcare on Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Wow! We are super happy with our promotional video and would like to send a huge shoutout to Hayley Maras and her team for putting this wonderful clip together for us 😀 Hayley was extremely helpful from the beginning and was very competitive in her pricing, we highy recommend her for your business 🙂
Posted by Gympie & District Landcare on Tuesday, October 8, 2019
We spoke to the girls from Liv & Lace to find out a little bit about these two brilliant young ladies - two little ladies learning to sew, passionate, cute and having a go!Liv & Lace wanted to make a difference, and with a little help from Mum, they have been learning to create sustainable cutlery wraps to minimise the use of single-use plastics.Like the girls said, there is no Planet B!It is absolutely fantastic to see such young motivated people who really genuinely care about our environment and what they can do to help out. Keep up the fantastic work Liv & Lace!If you would like to purchase a cutlery wrap that has been hand-made with love by these two amazing young ladies, make sure you come on down to our Landcare Festival on the 21st September!Liv & Lace have also kindly donated a complete cutlery wrap set that one of our lucky raffle winners will get to take home with them!
Posted by Gympie & District Landcare on Tuesday, September 3, 2019