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Incredible Edible Broome is a community initiative that aims to increase access to locally grown food, share knowledge and bring people together.

Explore our website to find out about the activities we run, resources we share and regular events we hold.

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 We support several community gardens around Broome. Please contact us if you are interested in being involved.

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Grown Local Food Network: the Kimberley’s real food web

Grown Local Food Network: the Kimberley’s real food web

We are pleased to present a report on local food availability. The report is now available for comment. We are calling on our community to review the report and work with us to determine the next steps. We hope this report can help bring us better accessibility of...

April 2022 – Sowing seeds

April 2022 – Sowing seeds

Monique Ellis led an engaging Zoom session on preparing and sowing seeds for a dry season garden.  Mon took us on a garden planning and planting journey. She introduced tools like seasonal sketching and photographing, organising your seeds by size or season and...

Broome Sustainable Gardening and Living Fest

Broome Sustainable Gardening and Living Fest

The Broome Sustainable Gardening and Living Fest ran from June to August 2021 and celebrated local knowledge, resources and food. It did this through hands on workshops and an aim to improve local resilience and self-sufficiency. Our teachers were permaculture gurus...

IEB farewell 2020 welcome 2021

IEB farewell 2020 welcome 2021

I'd like to share the last few snippets of Incredible Edible Broome's 2020 with you before fully welcoming in 2021... The IEB AGM was on the 5th December. If you'd like to know more about it, please see our annual and financial reports in the About section of the...

Keeping a garden diary

Keeping a garden diary

by Monique I started a garden diary just before the birth of my second child. As I couldn’t exactly go out and shovel manure at 8 months pregnant I started “scheduling in” the garden jobs with my partner. I decided to use a calendar to start documenting these jobs. It...

A change in the weather

A change in the weather

There were 20 people at our first virtual share last Saturday (4th April).  It was a much welcomed “gathering” of friendly faces, home-made videos and successful discussions that didn’t involve talking over one another. I am finally sending out the notes I promised....

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