Welcome To The Organic Agriculture Association Inc.

The Organic Agriculture Association members include farmers, gardeners, consumers, and those interested in sustainable food production and land use.

People who are interested in growing, eating or selling food of the highest quality.

Food that is as free as possible from poisonous residues and grown sustainably, is food known world-wide as having been “Organically Grown.”

OAA AGM (Brief) & Film Screening - Anima Mundi


Organic Information and Resource Centre, 14 McKean St, Bairnsdale.

Bring your lunch and take the opportunity to share ideas and stories with other members. Contributions of cake or fruit to share with tea or coffee gratefully received.

After lunch we will be screening a documentary about peak oil and climate change.

“Anima Mundi” highlights permaculture as a practical solution and the Gaia theory as a philosophical evolution deepening our connection with earth.

Many people do not realize that permaculture is much more than about growing fruit and vegetables, it is a whole view incorporating the environment, energy, resources, housing, technology, education, healthcare, the arts, spirituality, psychology, philosophy and agriculture. It provides a realistic alternative for our future sustainability, a gentler way that treads lightly on our Mother Earth. Anima Mundi is not a “How To” video, it is a “Where To” documentary showcasing alternatives like Earthships, Permaculture, Permablitz, retrofitting the suburbs, lifeboats, localised food production and currencies, planned energy descent and Gaian philosophy.


David HolmgrenCo-founder of Permaculture  Dr Christine JamesPsychology

Stephan HardingGaian Ecology   Vandana ShivaHuman Rights

Dr Mark O’MeadhraIntegrative Medicine   Noam ChomskyActivism 

Michael C RuppertPeak Oil (as seen in the movie Collapse)   PermablitzPermaculture

Michael ReynoldsEarthships (as seen in the movie Garbage Warrior)    John Seed OAM Deep Ecology 

Map (Access to car park is now via first entry off McKean St. Look for the OAA Sign).

Snowy Growers Community Garden - Autumn Harvest Festival

Saturday 28 April 11pm – 4pm, 32 Lawson Lane, Orbost.
A family friendly festival celebrating the end of summer, and 5 years of the Snowy Growers Community Garden.
Come along for a day filled with live music from Electric Yeti Collective and a special open mic, local food and drink stalls, makers and artisans, funshops, fresh produce, and more!
Free entry, all welcome.