Darebin Urban Harvest Fruit and Vegie Swap

29 May, 2011 at 1:48 pm 2 comments

Saturday 4th June

10am – 12pm

Northcote Uniting Church

(In the courtyard at Cafe Koula)

Everybody is welcome at this urban produce swap! If you have goods to share, we’d love to see your home-grown vegies, your famous plum  jam or fig rolada.

Perhaps swap your lemons for limes… but please… no dollars or dimes.

Everybody is feeling the pinch. If you have nothing to swap, come along anyway. Maybe you have knowledge to share. And you might get a parsnip for your troubles.

The swap is outdoors so dress for the weather but please note the courtyard is perfect for bringing the kids, or if you’re a guerilla granny wanting a cuppa, there’s plenty of chairs to spare.


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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. kim  |  29 May, 2011 at 6:41 pm

    fantastic, I have been going to the one in coburg and wanted one in Darebin. I’ll have worm juice, chillies, rosemary, silverbeet, maybe rhubarb.

    • 2. gracemccall01  |  30 May, 2011 at 8:06 am

      Great stuff. I have been to the McCleery Reserve Coburg one a few times and the Yarra harvest once. If you have any ideas or comments please let me me know. It will be fun starting our own swap. But I think there’s a few opportunities to catch up with the other swaps perhaps via the world biggest eva swap. Hope to catch you at the Chalice!


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