By Keelan Scott
As the year ends, boys are maturing into seniors and it’s only right we start to look at food and the process behind how food is formed. Katherine Clontarf Academy were lucky enough to attend Food Ladder.Continue reading “Clontarf Academy visit the Katherine Food Ladder”
The segment aired on ABC News Breakfast on Friday 27 September 2019.Continue reading “ABC News Breakfast cross live to the Tennant Creek Food Ladder”
For most Australians buying fresh food is simple, but what about people living in the most remote parts of the country?
In Tennant Creek, the local high school and Food Ladder have built a greenhouse at the Juno Centre, to show kids how easy it is to grow their own vegetables.
They say similar greenhouses could be built in other remote communities.
This story was featured on 15+ ABC Facebook pages, including Landline, Gardening Australia and ABC Indigenous. In the first 3 days it was viewed 150,000 times!Continue reading “Take a look inside the Tennant Creek Food Ladder with ABC Online”
By Steven Schubert
For most Australians, buying fresh fruit and vegetables is something we take for granted.
But in remote parts of the country, they’re hard to find or unaffordable – and that creates health issues, particularly in Indigenous communities.
Now, a brand new greenhouse near the remote Northern Territory town of Tennant Creek is being heralded as a model for other regions.Continue reading “Tennant Creek Food Ladder profiled on ABC’s flagship radio program, AM”
Not-for-profit organisation Food Ladder has partnered with the Northern Territory Department of Education to launch a cutting edge hydroponic food production system in Tennant Creek, benefiting the local community.Continue reading “Food Ladder launches in Tennant Creek in partnership with the NT Government”