Food Bowl Farming: Migrants and Food Production in the Hawkesbury District 1794-1994
The Hawkesbury district has long been termed Sydney’s Food Bowl, given its proximity to the city and long history of food production. Farmers and market gardeners from migrant-origin backgrounds have cultivated the district’s soil, from the early days of the colony to recent times, shaping the array of foods that are typical in our multicultural society today.
Read more on Food Bowl Farming and view a few images on the exhibition page.
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