Tonight (19 April) at 7pm, the Mini Farm Project, which is based in Loganlea State High School, will be featured on the ABC program, Gardening Australia.

Founder and CEO Nick Steiner and Jerry Colby Williams will talk about the journey of the project at Loganlea State High School. 

With over 3.7 million Australian households experiencing hunger in the last 12 months and cost of living rising, the Mini Farm Project continues to explore partnerships and is relentless in the pursuit of their vision to develop 100 charity farms from Coolangatta to Cairns to feed people in need.

“There’s still so much to do and we never have a shortage of land with plans for future farms underway, but we always need support so please help to spread the word,” said a representative from The Mini Farm Project.

Gardening Australia provides practical, realistic, and credible horticultural and gardening advice, inspiring and entertaining all Australian gardeners around the nation. Presented by Costa Georgiadis, who has been to Logan on numerous occasions, and other leading horticultural experts.

“So, relax after a long working week and enjoy Gardening Australia to see how you have been a part of making positive change and supporting our mission and vision to reduce hunger, educate youth in agriculture and the importance of food security and resilience in Australia.”

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