Who’s and where’s

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We have a growing community of government funded and private organisations that would love your support. If you would like to be added to our directory, or have a question about Edible Canterbury, get in touch.

Cultivate Christchurch

Growing food and people, in harmony with the ground at our feet and the community around us. Cultivate provides employment training internships with youth aged 16-25 and hosts weekly open days for all to join on Thursdays, from 9am – 4pm (lunch provided at 1pm). Cultivate sells fresh produce to the public on Mondays and…

Contact us: hello@cultivate.org.nz

Find us: On google maps

Roimata Food Commons

Roimata Food Commons is a community and food resilience project in Woolston, Christchurch. It started in 2017 with the planting of 60+ heritage fruit and nut trees and over 500 South Island endemic native trees, shrubs and grasses. The orchard areas are slowly transitioning into food forest based systems that will include a multitude of…

Contact us: roimatacommunityfood@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

Ōtākaro Orchard

Ōtākaro Orchard has been part of the rebuild vision from the first public consultation, and is the only community led anchor project. Co-created through community consultation, Ōtākaro Orchard is a living learning hub for growing food, a local food information centre, with café, office and event spaces, and HQ for the Food Resilience Network. Outside…

Contact us: peter.morgan.wells@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

Red Lion Workshop/Garry River Cottage

Garry River Cottage is an organic Permaculture farm, providing food from grown and foraged vegetables, game meat and farmed meat. Red Lion Workshop is a custom woodworking business specialising in heavy timber framing, furniture and trusses.

Contact us: redlionworkshop@gmail.com

Find us: On google maps

Waiaraki Permaculture Farm

Waiaraki is a seven acre microfarm on the southern bank of te awa o waiaraki, the Eyre River. It’s home to Luke, Kate, and little Ted.   Waiaraki is managed by the simple permaculture tenets of earth care, people care, and fair share (the return of surplus to the earth and people).   Waiaraki started…

Contact us: sole.luke@gmail.com

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