Throughout the year we engage extensively with the public through our Talking Dinners, Talking Gardens and our soon to be launched Earth Market. Find out all the news on these items by visiting these pages.
Slow Food Hunter Valley acknowledges that we live and work on the lands of the Wannaruah, Worimi & Awabakal people, who cared for and shared the abundance of our Mother Earth, sustainably, for thousands of years. They inspire us in our vision of good, clean, fair food for all.
We wish to pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging and we honour the important role Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within Australia and the Slow Food community.
As a devastating drought continues to impact Hunter Valley -...