The Tucker Bush Project. A workshop with Mark Tucek

Date And Time

Wed., 13 November 2019
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Tickets $10



Bayswater Civic Centre
61 Broun Ave
Morley, WA 6053

Did you know that most of the edibles we grow in our gardens today were originally imported from overseas?

With bush tucker edible natives, you can enjoy a backyard full of unique and delicious bush tucker fruits, roots, nuts, seeds and leaves from plants naturally designed for our climate and soil.

Learn about the Aims of The Tucker Bush Project:

  • Popularise native edibles in our modern lifestyle and cuisine - both through home growing and gourmet cooking.
  • Make Australian native edibles more readily available to average home gardener.
  • Help young Australians grow up with a stronger connection to nature and their food supply.
  • Help gardeners successfully grow species that thrive in our soils and climate.
  • Influence a cultural shift that contributes to preserving Australia's food security and biodiversity.

About Mark Tucek"Mark started his horticultural career at Domus Nursery in 1983 and then went on to expand his knowledge in leading retail garden centres and Allied businesses over the next 30 years. He has a Diploma of Horticulture and is a registered Certified Nursery Professional. He is also the founder of the Tucker Bush project and presents on local radio programs. Mark regularly attends Nursery & Garden Industry events and is a member of the Horticultural Media Association W.A. He has never completed a Rubik's cube."