Change is generational.  It takes a new generation to change the way that we do things and at Loganlea Mini Farm Project, the change is about sustainability and teaching a new generation about food production.    

Loganlea Mini Farm project is part of a bigger initiative that reaches from Tweed Heads to Cairns to help feed Australians in need. The Loganlea Mini Farm started with the Agricultural Students at Loganlea State High School and they are already working on stage two of the project.  

Local businesses can support the project by sponsoring a garden bed.  This allows the mini farm to support local charities by supplying free to local charities a range of fresh produce during the year. The farm is currently producing the equivalent of 1,000 meals worth of food a week out of stage one alone.

Rebel 905’s Joel Hall joined Mini Farm Project Founder Nick Steiner and checked out the project last week.  Rebel 905 has just become a sponsor of the Loganlea Mini Farm, buying in with two garden beds to support local Logan Charities. “In this country in 2023 it is horrific that we are still seeing families unable to put food on the table. Great organisations like the Mini Farm Project are taking huge steps towards ending that problem and we could not be prouder to support them in this endeavour”

Picture: Ash planting lettuce