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Murnong Mummas is an Indigenous-led organization deeply involved in the native foods and botanicals sector.

 

We are proud to employ First Nations and Gender Diverse individuals from the local community, providing them with employment opportunities and fostering a connection to Community, Country, and First Nation Foods.

In 2020, we collaborated with Gung Hoe Growers to plant 400 native herb, fruit, vegetable and medicine plants in our Bushfoods plot at the Harcourt Organic Farming Co-op. This initiative not only provided meaningful work for our isolated employees but also served as a way to encourage a connection to Country and promote food production during the initial lockdowns of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Over the years, we have diligently managed our bushfoods plot, ensuring that the plants have the best opportunity to thrive and establish themselves for the future. This plot serves as a symbol of growth and resilience, much like the young people we employ to manage the land.

At Murnong Mummas we seize every opportunity to educate and inspire others about native foods and botanicals. Through our Bushfoods plot, we offer tours and workshops for local schools, holiday programs and other groups.

By sharing our knowledge and passion, we aim to promote the uniqueness and innovation of native foods and the people and country behind them.

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Murnong Mummas is winding down Catering Services in 2024. 


We have loved providing meals cooked with Bush Tucker and love over the last 7 years, but we will be focusing on our Bushfoods garden, our products for sale and most importantly

- education.


Tours are available at our farm plot for schools, your workplace and small groups.

We will be spending some time developing more workshops and offerings for the public,

so keep an eye on this space!

Contact

30 Templeton St,

Castlemaine VIC 3450

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