pennie scott is a regenerative farmer, protector of landscapes, lover of ecologies, scholar, writer and author, permaculture gardener, mother, sister, daughter, aunt and grandmother. She is from the land and cares deeply about how our precious mama earth is loved and cared for. pennie is an advocate for soil carbon farming and educating people through their mouths so they learn from experiences which highlight their senses and intelligence.
I collaborate with local family-owned farms and food co-ops to bring lovingly grown products directly to you, guaranteeing the freshest possible ingredients with which to create the Bush Goddess Feasts.
Eighty per cent of the foods are from local farms within 100kms.
When I buy directly from the farmer or maker, your money stays in
your local economy. These dollars then flow through my small hometowns of Canowindra and Cowra up to seven times, adding exponential value to
that first dollar spent by our beloved visitors. Viva la local!
The Cook (pennie scott the Bush Goddess) and The Wino, Sam Statham, combine their love of artisan and hand-crafted foods and Rosnay wines in events held at the Rosnay Organic Vineyard cellar door.
'Feasting in Wiradjuri Country', the 'Post-Pandemic Pink-Piccolo Pyro-Platter Party' and "Canowindra's Covid Cabaret' were marvelous events hosted in 2020 in spite of periodic lock-downs through the year.
2022 has been more normal and bookings from groups of visitors are rolling in. The new wine tasting area is under construction (it is amazing how Sam transforms a decrepit machinery shed into an uber-cool space) with the first event on the 24th September, 2022.