Our History

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Seed Harvest Spoon formed 10 years ago when a dedicated group of parents set about creating a Community Garden at their children’s primary school providing an opportunity for their children to connect with the environment and to see where food comes from.  The benefits to the school community were extensive – socially, spiritually, educationally and health-wise.

We registered as a not-for-profit education foundation in 2014 to share our vision and our passion for gardening, permaculture, natural environments, healthy soil and education.  Our intention is to engage, inspire and empower educators and children in leading the way to make a difference.

We continue to work with the communities of primary schools and early childhood services, environmental and sustainability community groups, individuals, businesses and like-minded organisations to expand and grow our program reach. I invite you to join us in our mission to promote a healthy lifestyle and environment for each of our communities, which will in time contribute to a healthy planet.