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Locavore Contest At The South Coast Field Days in Cobargo Sept 24th



The 2017 South Coast Field Days are a celebration of Traditional Skills and Useful Crafts with demonstrations and workshops conducted by country friendly craftspeople and artisans. The Field Days kick off this September: Saturday the 23rd through Sunday the 24th, the first weekend of the school holidays. Main events will be held at the Cobargo Show Grounds with a bush dance Saturday nightat the Cobargo School of Arts Hall. Organisers invite local food growers and local food chefs to be part of the locavore challenge. Contestants will be given a mystery bag of local food on Saturday and they have until Sunday lunch time to produce a spectacular meal for lucky people who will be served the food in the Speakers tent. Food has to be cooked in a commercial kitchen but it doesn’t have to be professional chefs. More info at http://southcoastfielddays.com.au/


Bush BBQ making | Blacksmithing | Bullocky training | Candle making | Cheesemaking | Food Fermentation | Guitar Making | Hides Tanning | Knot tying | Leatherwork | Making your own fertilisers | Market gardening | Mushroom Growing | Natural Beekeeping | Natural Building | Natural Dyeing | Natural Land Healing | Natural skin care | Plant Propagation | Scything | Sheep Milking | Soap Making | Spinning | Spoon Carving | Story Telling | The art of Composting toilets | Traditional Bush Foods | Traditional Foods and Ferments | Traditional Japanese crafts | Traditional Tools | Using chickens in your permaculture system | Weaving

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