Calling out to all of our lawn lovers, did you know that your green grass obsession could be harming the environment? In fact, they create a roadblock to achieving global-sustainability and have been described by experts as ‘ecologically dead space.’ This is because lawns are water-intensive, require the use of potentially toxic fertilisers and pesticides, and provide a poor habitat for Australian wildlife. Additionally,
It hasn’t quite been the summer of socialising and fun we may have hoped for, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get out and enjoy the best of what the season brings – sunshine. But did you know, we’re not the only ones that love some sun? It’s also a prime ingredient for growing vegetables. So, what better time than now to start
Want to grow your own food but are worried you haven’t the green-thumb required? Well, as the season of change sets in, it’s time to sow a new seed of thinking. Here at Food For Change, we’re experts in the field of growing, and we’ll let you in on a secret – it’s not as hard as you may think… yes, really!
With a mission to alleviate food insecurity, homegrown charity Food For Change has planted a brand new initiative in its ever-growing garden bed of hunger relief efforts. Seeds of Change, which will officially launch in Victoria next month (May 2021), will see 100% of profits harvested from the sale of the seeds helping to feed hungry individuals and families across the nation. With