Green Thumb Farm

Green Thumb Farm

2204 Mt Samsond Rd, Samford Valley, QLD, 4520

Sustainable Permaculture Inspired Community Garden in Samford Valley

Green Thumb Farm is a not-for-profit permaculture inspired farm in Samford Valley dedicated to teaching sustainable gardening practices and fostering connections through their community garden.

Their values of “grow, learn, share” encapsulates the essence of their mission, emphasising the importance of cultivating knowledge and nurturing connections with both the land and fellow community members.

Activities offered at Green Thumb Farm

Located in the Samford Garden Precinct, just 35 minutes from Brisbane CBD and neighbouring The Mini Farm Project, Green Thumb Farm offers a range of activities and programs aimed at engaging with nature and learning.

From hands-on workshops to specialised programs catering to home schooling lessons, NDIS and kids’ clubs, there’s something for everyone to participate in.

  • Home schooling lessons
  • NDIS garden club
  • Baby green thumbs program
  • Sow and grow kids club
  • Veterans thrive initiative
  • Farm working bees
  • Corporate events
  • Team building

These activities and events are managed by a dedicated team under the direction of Green Thumb Farm Association Inc., a not-for-profit association.

Community garden made possible by community

The community garden is a collaborative effort, made possible by the support of dedicated local partners and funds raised through the Samford Edible Garden Trail and a grant from the City of Moreton Bay and Community Bank Samford.

Looking ahead, Green Thumb Farm has plans for expansion, envisioning the launch of mini pop-up nurseries selling seasonal produce sourced directly from the farm's gardens.

Additionally, there are plans to open a café and education space, further enriching the farm's offerings and strengthening its role as a focal point for community engagement.

Accessibility and inclusivity at Green Thumb Farm

The farm welcomes people of all ages and abilities, fostering an inclusive environment for learning and community engagement, particularly through their workshops and programs for home schoolers, NDIS participances and veterans.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.