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Little Feet Farm
Little Feet Farm
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Cool Temperate

Aaron Wayde  Pym Rob Klingler
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Little Feet Farm

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Rural, Commercial, Community

Project Summary

Five acre permaculture property, organic market garden and C.S.A box scheme.

Project Description


Little Feet Farm has slowly developed from a bare 5 acre paddock in 2006 to today having a near complete passive solar mud brick home with off grid solar energy, 1 acre organic market garden and CSA vegie box scheme, large dam and water harvesting system, productive greenhouse and seedling production and extensive native bush regeneration.

In that time we have experimented with rotational grazing systems for sheep. pigs and poultry which we continue to rotate around the property, and in the near future will plant an extensive multi species orchard.

The property has hosted many tours and demonstrations for locally based PDC's and permaculture groups. 

Our main interest is growing nutrient dense seasonal heirloom vegetable using small scale techniques such as complex crop rotations, green manures, composting, animal rotations, crushed rock powders, compost teas, bio fertilisers and seed saving   

We are also active in promoting the value of local food production and the  small scale production, supplying our produce via our box scheme and local farmers markets.

Our hopes for the future are to continue to expand our knowledge of natural growing systems and apply it in the edvelopment of our farm to produce a diverse and sustainable food growing system.  Also to share this knowledge with any who are keen to learn.


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