Our farm is located on the boundaries of land that was managed in a sustainable way for tens of thousands of years by the peoples of the Ngunnwal, Wiradjuri and Gundagarra nations. Evidence on the farm shows that it was once used as a source of food, fibre and shelter by local Aboriginal people and was a potential site for gathering resources needed to make spears and other tools. We acknowledge the ongoing pain and injustice that resulted from the displacement of traditional owners from this land and all of their lands. We respect the knowledge of traditional owners past and present, and the special relationship they have with their country. We recognize that it is only thanks to past sustainable land management practices that enables us to still use the land as a source of food and shelter today.
Our vision is that everyone have access to locally grown, affordable, nutrient rich food or the skills, knowledge and resources to grow their own, both now and in the future.