Nirvana Organic Farm and Garden was recommended to me by Scarecrow's Garden, also in South Australia.
Deb from Nirvana Farm was kind enough to write to me with some more information and some photos.
Biodiversity of this 4.5 ha landscape is the key; whether it is the large range of fruit, nuts and berries, ground covers of grasses and herbs; soils bouncing with life; home vegie garden; firewood forest; historic oaks and camellias; native vegetation and special wetland.
Geese graze the orchards and along with fowl provide the basis for compost.
Nirvana contains many natural springs which form the beginning of Scott Creek. Water management and creek restoration are evident. These waterways form an important eco system for beneficial birds and insects. They blend to complement native and planted areas forming an integrated system that is a creative landscape at its best.
In addition to producing main crops of Chestnuts, raspberries, red white & black currants, gooseberries & Kiwifruit.
Nirvana is also the ‘home’ of the Adelaide Hills Biodynamic Group. All the preparations are made & distributed from here and the Study group also meets here."
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