Home Harvest Picnic
Connect, Grow, Eat, Enjoy – Home Harvest Picnic
For over eight years Nillumbik and Banyule residents have been celebrating the autumn harvest through community events and activities such as garden tours and workshops. In addition, an annual Home Harvest event has been held where participants registered to contribute some of their home grown produce to a shared meal produced by Eltham High School catering students under guidance from a professional Chef.
The 2019 picnic will be held in the beautiful surrounds of Edendale Community Environment Farm on the afternoon / evening of March 31.
Home Harvest Picnic and ‘Harvest Time’ activities are made possible through a partnership between Nillumbik Shire Council, Banyule City Council, Local food Connect, Nillumbik Health and Eltham High School.
How you can get involved
Option 1. Register as a Grower - free
Supply some of your home grown produce for the Home Harvest Picnic 2019. Registering as a grower is your ticket to the event and you will receive a prepared picnic basket for you and up to three guests.
Option 2. Purchase a picnic basket - $10 p/p
If you are not yet a grower but would like to be involved, a limited number of prepared picnic baskets are available for purchase online. Your picnic basket is your ticket to the event for you and up to three guests.
Option 3. Bring your own picnic - Free
Register for free online and bring your own basket. Let me know how many tickets you would like then come soak up the atmosphere with your own picnic lunch.
Sunday 31 March 4.30pm - 8pm
Edendale Community Environment Farm, 30 Gastons Road, Eltham 3095
Some great resources to help you grow your own veggies