18 min

Sheia Kironn is growing organically Propagate

    • Entrepreneurship

In this episode we speak with Sheia Kironn, who owns and operates Lifeforce Farm; a one-acre certified organic farm in Mullumbimby, a small town near Byron Bay, NSW.

Sheia grew up in the Midlands of England, where she spent hours gardening with her grandma in a small allotment garden in a council estate. The small patch of land provided a large amount of food to the family and left a lasting impression on Sheia.

After moving to Australia as a teenager, Sheia followed her passion for science to university, before switching to natural therapies. These days she blends the two worlds to grow vegetables that she sells and distributes locally. As a self-professed 'farm-her', Sheia is committed to creating a business that represents her and doesn't expand simply for expansions sake.

Propagate is proudly brought to you by the good folks at the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries Young Farmer Business Program.

The Young Farmer Business Program is creating opportunities for young farmers and fishers to enter into or expand their existing businesses by helping them improve their business skills.

The Young Farmer Business Program has been funded by the NSW Government through the Department of Primary Industries to deliver a multifaceted approach to help young farmers and fishers. Our program is providing access to new business ideas, tools, products and services relevant to young farmers and fishers.

For more information on the Young Farmer Business Program please visit https://www.youngfarmer.nsw.gov.au/

In this episode we speak with Sheia Kironn, who owns and operates Lifeforce Farm; a one-acre certified organic farm in Mullumbimby, a small town near Byron Bay, NSW.

Sheia grew up in the Midlands of England, where she spent hours gardening with her grandma in a small allotment garden in a council estate. The small patch of land provided a large amount of food to the family and left a lasting impression on Sheia.

After moving to Australia as a teenager, Sheia followed her passion for science to university, before switching to natural therapies. These days she blends the two worlds to grow vegetables that she sells and distributes locally. As a self-professed 'farm-her', Sheia is committed to creating a business that represents her and doesn't expand simply for expansions sake.

Propagate is proudly brought to you by the good folks at the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries Young Farmer Business Program.

The Young Farmer Business Program is creating opportunities for young farmers and fishers to enter into or expand their existing businesses by helping them improve their business skills.

The Young Farmer Business Program has been funded by the NSW Government through the Department of Primary Industries to deliver a multifaceted approach to help young farmers and fishers. Our program is providing access to new business ideas, tools, products and services relevant to young farmers and fishers.

For more information on the Young Farmer Business Program please visit https://www.youngfarmer.nsw.gov.au/

18 min