Whole Larder Love Rohan Anderson author of #AYearOfPracticulture and #WholeLarderLove
Tom Abbottsmith Y...oul from Tom's Paddock,
Bob the Bee-Man from Avenel Honey,
Richard Telford from Permaculture Principles,
Dani Wolff-Chambers from Agari Farm,
Pauline De Luca from Pauline's Preserving Pantry,
Bianca Ross author of Herbert Peabody,
Russel Barns the Mobile Butcher,
Dave Palmer from Rural Tanks raised veggie beds,
The Rabbit Ramble cooking competition,
Get Sharp knife sharpening,
Goulburn Broken CMA soil pH testing,
Silent auction, raffle, plenty of children's activities and more...
Grab a venison snag, bunny burger or bring your own picnic!
BYO your picnic or feast on bunny burgers, rabbit pies, venison sausages and more. Hear from our guest speaker Rohan Anderson:
Whole Larder Love began as an online journal by Rohan Anderson, documenting the story of a life change.
A significant life change for a regular person embedded in western society.
Rohan had a metamorphosis driven by a desire to alter his food and lifestyle choices. At the beginning, he was clearly unhealthy. Obesity, food allergy, anxiety, depression and hyper-tension where all part of daily reality (most of which he was medicated for). Gradually he came to realise he was his own worst enemy. It was his actions alone that landed him in this dubious state of personal health. His health concerns, a growing understanding of his environmental impact and the responsibility of being a parent, where catalysts nudging him to make deliberate change.
From highly processed frozen chicken nuggets, to fresh backyard grown broccoli, that’s the story in a nutshell. Rohan has gone to great lengths to find answers and has taken practical action to address what he identified as the contributing factors to his personal health issues, and his undeniable impact on the natural world.
So you think your rabbit dish is the best? Well, here's your chance to prove it at the annual Tooborac Rabbit Cook-off.
Non-competing visitors are welcome to attend the cook-off. Visitors are encouraged to enter the table setting competition.
The Tooborac Rabbit Ramble is a non-profit event with all proceeds donated to a worthy local cause.