ABOUT US

We are gardeners, farmers, and first time producers of our own backyard fodder, who meet monthly to learn about living and growing sustainably in the Hunter Valley & surrounds.

Secretary (Barbara): 0402 052 248

 

Mailing address:
60 Oswald Lane, Oswald 2321 NSW

 

hunterorganicgrowerssociety@gmail.com

All members receive free entry to field days, one free workshop per year, our monthly newsletter & that good feeling that you're apart of positive change.

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FIELD DAYS

Once a month join us to learn about growing vegetables & fruits, raising farm animals, and how to care for your soil. Meet the farmer, or tour a backyard growers garden. Make friends and exchange produce, ideas and smiles! Open to members and visitors.

APRIL FIELD DAY:
Home Property of Di Powell

12.00pm Saturday April 13th

67 Morissett Park rd, Morisset Park

About:

Tour Di's productive home permaculture garden on a beautiful bush block. Di has been a member of HOGS for many years, enjoy the fruits of her knowledge on this tour.


Schedule:

12.00pm Lunch (BYO)

1.00pm Tour of garden

Afternoon tea -  BYO plate to share, raffle.

Directions:

1km past entrance to the hospital (Silky Oak Drive).
Limited parking inside, please park on the street.

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ABOUT FIELD DAYS

Field Days Field days are usually held on the 2nd Saturday of each month except January.

 

Lunch is at 12.00pm, and talks or tours start at 1.00pm. Afternoon tea follows, bring a plate to share.

What to bring: A folding chair, lunch and afternoon tea, a mug, hat and sturdy shoes, produce to swap/share/sell. Donations to Raffle welcome.

Cost:
Members - free
Visitors - $4 individual - $6 family

 

Wet Weather: Check our facebook field day event page or tune into 2NURFM 103.7 or 1233 ABC Local Radio for updates on the day.

 

Car Pooling: Head over to our facebook page and post in the field day event listing to offer or ask for a lift. Alternatively contact us via phone.

BE OUR HOST

Share your knowledge for a sustainable future. Host a field day at your garden or farm.