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Councillor Julie Williams, Mayor City of Darebin, attended the event and delivered the opening speech where she acknowledged the importance of social enterprise in Darebin and the value Council puts on these enterprises now and into the future.
There are so many good people working away in different corners of agriculture on a daily basis uncovering new opportunities, exciting techniques and in some cases groundbreaking technology to help manage the production of our food alongside the health and well being of the landscapes they are living and working in.
An incredible milestone for Farmwall - being invited to Government House Victoria to meet the royal couple during their visit to Melbourne, in the presence of Linda Dessau The Hon. Governor of Victoria and husband Mr. Anthony Howard. It was so great to share our journey, our vision and our flagship design to Prince Harry and Megan Markle; who expressed so much interest and praise in our business.
In conjunction with crowd funding platform CHUFFED, Channel 31 Melbourne presents a series focusing on some of Australia's most interesting, emerging business initiatives.Meet Geert and Serena from Farmwall.Farmwall is a pioneering start up, on a mission to transform cities into food producing ecosystems. We design and implement natural, food producing solutions in urban spaces, with the goal of enhancing the built environment with positive social and environmental outcomes.
With drought gripping much of the country, there are calls for the government to support new and emerging methods of agriculture. Indoor vertical farming is being touted as a future source of fresh produce, but fledgling companies in Australia are struggling to move beyond the start-up phase.https://www.sbs.com.au/news/
Would you love to have your own garden and don't know where to start? Or maybe you have limited space? Or, if you were being really honest, would love a garden, but are suspicious that it might take a pile of time?