GROW FREE... Wool Bay locals Marilyn Nadels, Di Sampson and Anne Russell check out goods left on the town’s Grow Free Cart, a concept that encourages people to share excess produce. GROW FREE... Wool Bay locals Marilyn Nadels, Di Sampson and Anne Russell check out goods left on the town’s Grow Free Cart, a concept that encourages people to share excess produce.

Wool Bay’s grow free produce cart

AN excess of homemade produce has led to the launch of a grow free cart at Wool Bay, the first of its type of the peninsula.

The concept is simple, when someone has too much of a food item they bring it to the cart and people help themselves — the premise being you take what you need and give what you can.

“It’s a concept that’s proving very popular in other areas, with these carts now scattered throughout the Adelaide Hills and metro area,” Anne Russell said.

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