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What we have achieved in our second year of operation


Seven Sites

We have piloted and delivered programmes across six unique sites across the wider Canterbury region, from Little River to Oxford, to four sites within Ōtautahi Christchurch.  We also bought Bush Farm to  Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington.   Most of our sites are on public land (reserves and parks). Two are on private farms. 



10 clients for our Chinese Delegation in Wellington in April 2019. 

40 enrolled clients for our weekly 'On the Farm' programme for Term 4, 2019. 

55 clients (children only) came through our October 2019 school holiday offerings.

57 clients (children and adults) came through our January 2020 school holiday offerings. 

Of those, we have about a 70% return rate.


260 Enrolments


We have developed effective partnerships with seven businesses and independent contractors, who bring their skill set and passion to Bush Farm clients. They range from farmers to crafters to herbalists,  to those in the outdoor industry. Each bringing a professional skillset to us. 


Seven Specialised Contractors


We have provided Bush Farm's services to six different client groups. We have delivered programmes to preschoolers,  5 - 8-year-olds,  5 - 12-year-olds, adult and child, adults-only, and a group of international Chinese families.


Six Client groups


We have been in multiple articles over the last few years, since 2018. We were in the Bay Harbour News, in April 2019, the  Akaroa Mail in May 2019,  and the Latitude Magazine (Dec 2019).  For the latter, see our blog. 

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Magazines and Newspapers


260 clients have experienced holistic experiences that connect them to their heart, hand and head, over seven sites with caring and passionate practitioners who prioritise wellbeing and treading lightly on this earth. Together, our aim is to create a new generation of empathetic individuals who value altruism and integrity, who build connections with themselves, each other and our environment. 




2020 report

Bush Farm has not taken out any loans in the operation of Bush Farm. From the 1st April 2019 to the 31st March 2020 tax year, Bush Farm operated for six months of the year. Their total trading income was $22,983.  Audited by Fairground Accounting Limited. Further information available on request. 

Expenses came to $9,089. 

Contractors/ subcontracts $10,634 

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