Local growers and producers play a critical role in our food community. What better way to promote Good, Clean and Fair Food than by getting to know the people that grow and provide your food and 'Shaking the hand that feeds you'?

Producers Grant
With the 2018 Grant round, Slow Food South Coast (Shoalhaven) will have awarded grants to a total value of AUD $20,000 to eligible producers in our region. Previously successful recipients have used our funds to purchase specialised equipment, animals and enrolled in relevant training to assist in their enterprises. The 2018 Producers Grant has been finalised, winners will be announced shortly. 2019 Grant Application Round will start later this year.

If you are a local grower/producer, we strongly encourage you to apply. Its easy and won't take a lot of time. Click on the link below to find out more or contact us through the contact page. Application forms and further info below. If you would like to make a donation towards our Grant Fund, please contact us!

2018 Grant Information

2018 GRANT application form

Producers Directory
Shoalhaven/South Coast region has become a destination for lovers of food (for good reason!) and many come to taste our delicious local produce. Visitors and locals alike want to know where their food is coming from, and how/by whom it is grown. They choose to eat local produce if they know where to find it. As part of our commitment to support and promote our local producers and growers we have compiled a free Producers Directory which is available as a booklet as well as online. Contact us for more info.

If you are a local producer and wish to be included in the Producers Directory, please fill in the attached form and return to us, or contact us through the contact page.


Farmers Market(s)
Any thriving food community needs access to fresh local produce, and Farmers Markets have been proven to provide jobs and economic prosperity in local communities. So we're always keen to participate in and support local Farmers Market(s) where you can really 'shake the hand that feeds you'. Come and say hi next time you visit your local Farmers Market!


Previous successful Grant applicants