Month : May 2017

MEDIA: Women in Horticulture 24th May, 2017

A Walkley-award winning journalist with the ABC, Louise FitzRoy has gone back to her farming roots by establishing ‘From Paddock to Plate’. What began as a radio series and book has morphed into an educational program that is an integral part of more than 100 schools across Australia.

SUPERFOOD SERIES: Tomato 2nd May, 2017

There is so much to talk about when it comes to tomatoes. Are they a fruit or a vegetable? Why do some people not enjoy eating raw tomato but love it when cooked? Should we store tomatoes in the fridge or at room temperature?

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FP2P moments capturing valuable food & farming knowledge, FROM farmers, FOR future farmers & those who eat The most accurate, direct and informative way to learn about Australian food production and about the hard-working & resilient people behind it, is to take the time to chat with a farmer, organise a visit during the school holidays and learn from them. The From Paddock to Plate National Schools Program provides students with the opportunity to learn from those who feed us everyday, no matter their location. 300+ quality food & farming, student and teacher resources continue to inspire the next generation across Australia about where their food comes from. Incredibly essential. ‍‍ —————————————————————————— TEACHERS & SCHOOLS: Get in touch with us today and discover more about the FP2P schools program, ready for Term 2! hello@frompaddocktoplate.com.au . . . #frompaddocktoplate #feedyourmind #supportlocal #australianfarmers #connect..

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