South – 2022 Cultivators
Seedlab Tasmania’s Cultivate 2022 kicked off in October, and is proudly funded by the Department of State Growth. Cultivate 2022 will run until March 2023.
Vertical Pastures Pty Ltd
Peter’s revolutionary method of hydroponic farming is a viable and sustainable solution to environmental degradation due to farming, and is unaffected by adverse weather events.
Under The Southern Sun Jerky Dog Treats
Moving to Tassie soon, Barbara makes holistic, sustainably produced dog treats from Australian produce.
Inspired by Charlotte Badger, a convict women who led a mutiny aboard the Venus in 1806 and sailed to New Zealand, Greer Carland boldly embarked on her own adventure and has been creating Tasmanian wines for 14 years in West Hobart.
Using organically grown ingredients from his own garden, as well as local growers, l’amandier creates French and Italian artisan cookies, jams, and preserves, including a gluten free and vegan range.
Jane and Tim are focused on building their product range to include Jane’s Poppyseed Chutney, which is home made at Curringa Farm and available in the shop. Also available is a range of Tasmanian made products, including woolen goods, natural personal care products, and keepsakes.
Charles Reuben Estate
Based in Tea Tree, Louise and Jens now produce single vineyard wines, small batches, and rare specialty spirits and brandies exclusive to Charles Reuben Estate; some of which are not found anywhere else in Australia