Worrolong Farm

Meet Tom and Emma Mitchell of Worrolong Farm which grows limes, mandarins, pumpkins and other vegetables on a regenerative farm  1 1/2 hours north of Perth.

We spent a lovely morning harvesting mandarins with them and we were able to have great discussions about sustainable farming into the future and the growing emphasis on regeneration of the paddocks.  Tom and Emma are very involved in RegenWA and looking at the condition of their orchard is a testament to that. From them we can get Jap pumpkins between March and August, Satsuma mandarins in May, Imperial Mandarins in June and Hicksons mandarins in July. Luckily limes are harvested Feb to August so we can have a steady supply of those too.  Yum.

Photo: Emma and Tom Mitchell.

 

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