Mini High Tea for a Mini Farm
Did you know that there are over 47,000 people in the Logan Region who require daily food assistance?
The Mini Farm Project is working to Resolve Food Insecurity by creating a network of charity farms to grow food for those in need all year round. Their first Logan farm will be at Loganlea State High School, produce grown at this site will be given freely to students in need, OzHarvest and more.
Mini Farms founder Nick Steiner will be here to share more about this amazing community project at our Mini High Tea for a Mini Farm. Join us in celebration over dainty sandwich bites, mini scones with jam and cream, and sweet & savoury treats, plus tea or coffee. Seats are limited, and must be pre-booked.
For more information for the Mini Farm Project visit https://www.mfp.org.au/loganlea-shs-urban-farm
For more information & booking visit the TryBooking event page here.