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Discovering the future of food at Wairarapa Eco Farm

Discovering the future of food at Wairarapa Eco Farm
Photo via wairarapaecofarm.com

The Wairarapa Eco Farm was born out of a desire to produce quality food with ecological integrity. The farm is situated on the Tauherenikau Plains in South Wairarapa. Over the last 20+ years, it has grown from bare paddocks into a secluded oasis. The owners, Frank and Josje and their family have created their very own micro-climate which has given them the opportunity to grow a wide variety of crops for their Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programme.

In this episode, I visit the farm to learn more about the CSA concept, meet the team who are so passionate about feeding healthy food to their local community, and get a glimpse into what it's like to live in a world where you are constantly co-creating with nature.

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You can learn more about Wairarapa Eco Farm (and apply to join their CSA) at their website:


Wairarapa Eco Farm – Wairarapa Eco Farm

You can also check out this epic video on the farm by Happen Films:


You can also follow them on Instagram to see what's in their CSA boxes each week:


If you enjoyed this episode, please check out our previous post on becoming an Earthworker:

How to become an Earthworker
The Earthworkers course taught me how nature thrives and how I can help create the best possible conditions for life, on any land I am fortunate enough to interact with. I am no longer a home gardener, I am a microbe and photosynthesis farmer.