Adelaide’s Market Gardens

Campbelltown Council’s recent decision to consider including $14,500 in its 2017/18 budget to produce an oral history collection on the area’s horticultural past means a lot to Max Amber.  “All the vegetables were grown in very ordered rows, they didn’t just go out and sprinkle them,” says Mr Amber, who is also Campbelltown Historical Society’s president.  “Cauliflowers and cabbages; they made rows with a horse and a plough.”  For full story click here.

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