Inner North Urban Harvest

The inner north urban harvest happens to be most fun. Aside from diversifying our individual fruit and vegie harvests, our little corner pocket of McCleery reserve provides us with freshly baked breads and buns, lashings of spicy gingerbeer, homemade cordials, well-steeped tea, and a sprawling spot on a crochet rug or coffee-bean sack.

A myriad of tips and recipes have emerged out of our happy chatter. We thought this blog might offer a suitable repository for them. Please add your tried and true tips, techniques and recipes, photos too. Thanks,


5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. fiona  |  16/06/2010 at 10:32 pm

    hi guys
    this is a fantastic addition to the urban harvest event each month! It’s great to have a forum for all the recipes for the fantastic treats we get to eat and drink each month – I am still drooling over the cordial from the last one!
    well done – see you at the next meet!

  • 2. yvonne Roddy  |  21/07/2010 at 5:33 pm

    came for the first time last Sat with my cuz dianne and we were suitably impressed and even more surprised that anyone would want my extensive crop of cumquats.. I was very pleased with all the greens and keen to try the preserved lemons when they are ready. A great effort and nice way to meet a few locals in my otherwise busy life.And we een had some sourdough stater delivered so thanks to all you make the effort to do this old fashioned neighbourhood sharing. I will definitely try to make it to the next one,

  • 3. Meghan Bond  |  25/02/2011 at 12:10 pm

    Thanks for a really interesting film last night at the Sustainability in the Suburbs

  • 4. Heidi  |  14/03/2011 at 7:25 pm

    Just wondering if the swap is on next Saturday? I haven’t attended before, but have a surplus of green beans and a few other things I’d love to swap. Thanks.

    • 5. innernorthurbanharvest  |  18/03/2011 at 11:56 pm

      yes! might be too late to respond to you, but we are meeting tomorrow Sat 19th March at McCleery reserve.


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