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Vergin’ on Magic…

Imagine a world where you can hop from footpath to footpath grazing as you go on delicious, nutritious food.

It’s a food utopia that is actually possible thanks to some forward-thinking compassionate city councils Australia-wide, and due to the awesome audacity of guerrilla gardeners who flout the law and do it anyway.

Statistics indicate up to 20% of Australians experience food insecurity. About 1 in 5 people you will have encountered today have their access to fresh food compromised due to a variety of reasons. Grassroots movements such as the one I’m involved with called Food Is Free (my chapter is in Ballarat), Grow Carts, and other incredible groups address these issues one street

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