Organic farmers Liz Clay and Wally Brown are inviting the public onto their farm in Noojee to see how food is grown and have a home-grown meal.
How and where our food is grown is increasingly important to consumers, so understanding the origins of fresh produce is gaining momentum with on-farm visits.
“We’re trying to, as a farmers’ market, promote the connection of people back to the farm, ” Ms Clay said
“I have a lovely time out there when I harvest the produce, thinking about who is going to eat this food, and it’s a really nice thing to have running through your mind.
“It takes your mind off the back-bending work you have to do, so it certainly connects me with people who will eat this food.
“I know there’s going to be a lot of people from Melbourne coming down to visit the farm.”
Ms Clay and Mr Brown grow potatoes, pumpkins, corn, beetroot, cabbage, lettuce, broccolis, peas, and snow peas.