We recently participated in a full-day print-making workshop at Papershell Farm on beautiful Kaurna country in Wullunga, as part of their Arts and Culture program.
We enjoyed conversations with one of the Farm’s custodians, Surahn, as he shared his experience with sustainable, small-scale farming. Over the past 5 years, they have been transforming the property towards a biodiverse food forest. Surahn talked about slow-living and connecting to the land, and their use of manual harvesting methods and sustainable water management practices like swales.
Included in the session was an incredible full lunch at their Harvest Table, cooked with seasonal produce grown at Papershell Farm, alongside wine, tea and coffee.