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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Love A Farmer event in Moruya showcases local produce

Local Cattle Producer and Agritourism Provider, Emma Lipscombe and Rob Bradley Mogendoura Farm Moruya, hosted their first 'Love A Farmer' event, showcasing fresh produce from across Eurobodalla and beyond.

Attempted three times and enduring cancellations due to our changeable weather and COVID-19, the sun well and truly shone upon Mogendoura on Sunday evening to welcome producers and food lovers alike, as they dined on some of the freshest delights the Eurobodalla has to offer, along with the tunes of local musician Chris McGrath. Among the guests were Walbunjya Elder Bunja Smith, Eurobodalla Mayor Mathew Hatcher, Deputy Mayor Alison Worthington, councillors and food producers including Dewsbury Pork and Pig Stud SAGE Farmers Market Moruya The SAGE Project Les Gourmandises Southlands Butchery Moruya NSW Breakfast Creek Vineyard and Bistro Chez Dominique

The evening also provided an opportunity to further promote the potential of the Gourmet Coast Trail - a collective of South Coast producers who have curated touring itineraries and producer profiles on their website The trail was established in the wake of the Black Summer Bushfires to 'strengthen the local food economy and inspire year-round culinary tourism to the Gourmet Coast (of Eurobodalla)'

With international borders opening and tourists flowing through from North American and Singapore markets, events such as 'Love A Farmer', provide a boutique, authentic food experience that the world is looking for. The goodwill of Sunday's event carried through into this week as leftovers from the event were delivered to families in need across the Shire.


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