We are thrilled to bring you some great news from Warrah Farm…..

New Faces in May
From Monday 1 May, local organic trader Common2Us will cease trading and its founder Borja Valls will join the Warrah Biodynamic Farm team in a newly created role as Enterprise Manager.

Borja will bring his knowledge and experience of the organic/biodynamic industry to benefit Warrah Farm’s trading, and will support the work of Warrah Farm Manager, Rob Greatholder. We believe this complimentary alignment of skills will greatly benefit the quality of our products and services for all those who seek high quality organic and biodynamic produce.

Warrah Farm Shop – Saturday Trading At Last!
We have had approval from Hornsby Council for Warrah Farm Shop to trade on Saturdays. This is great news for everyone, whether you like to shop on weekdays or weekends. As a result, we have made some changes to our trading hours:

Monday, Tuesday,  9.00am – 5.00pm
Wednesday, Friday

Thursday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am – 3.00pm

Now open and trading
To welcome Borja to the Farm team and launch our Saturday trading, we invite you to come and celebrate with us on our first Saturday: 6 May. We will have a day of food, fun and fanfare….

Shop Opening
9am – 3pm
Warrah Farm Tours & Talks
10.30am & 1.30pm
Organic BBQ & Paella
10am–2pm
Tastes and samples – cheeses, olives, crackers, dips…
Face painting for the children
And music for everyone
Please join us on this special occasion –
we would love to see you!

Warrah Farm Market Stall –
At Moore Park Fresh Produce Market, Fox Studios
Warrah will have fresh biodynamic and organic produce available at our new market stall at Fox Studios on WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY 8am – 2pm starting in May. This gives you an extra location for your Warrah organic produce. There is plenty of free parking, located conveniently to the Market.

Co-op & Restaurant Supply
Warrah will supply a number of restaurants and co-ops across Sydney with organic and biodynamic produce. If you are looking for a supplier, please contact Borja at Warrah Farm.

Why Biodynamic?
The biodynamic approach to agriculture has been developing for more than 90 years and has its origin in the work of Rudolf Steiner in the 1920’s. It is a system designed to create sustainable agriculture, that produces food for the body, soul and spirit. Soil fertility and plant health are enhanced by using naturally produced & subtly effective preparations made from cow manure, medicinal plants and minerals. The Biodynamic Farmer seeks to develop the farm as a whole, living organism, working out of a deep respect for the processes of life, the natural forces of growth, soil vitality and the holistic nature of plants and animals.

Originally established in 1969, Warrah Biodynamic Farm gained biodynamic certification in 1993, and we have maintained certification continuously since that time.

Warrah Biodynamic Farm
20 Harris Road, Dural NSW 2158 Borja Valls – bvalls@warrah.org – 0448 881060
Warrah Farm – farmshop@warrah.org – 9651 3869
www.warrah.org