About Us

We’re Super Natural Learners who aren’t afraid to get some dirt under our nails. We sail on tall ships, dig deep into worm farms, and shoot back out through interstellar wormholes. It’s all in the name of discovering the things that food can do (and what you can do too!)



Kudos!

Alice Zaslavsky

Creator

Bev Laing

Curriculum Specialist

Nick Fallu

Project Manager

Sam West

Writer

Julia Morris

Director

Jane Grylls

Home Economist

Colmar Brunton

Future Forecasters

Hort Innovation

Funding

Love + Money Agency

Design + Development

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The Small Print

Phenomenom couldn’t happen without the generous support of Hort Innovation and the Vegetable Fund.

This project has been funded by Hort Innovation, using the vegetable research and development levy and contributions from the Australian Government. Hort Innovation is the grower-owned, not-for-profit research and development corporation for Australian horticulture.

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Phenomenom resources are aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

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Phenomenom in the press.

“If you want to know how to make vegetables cool for kids it’s by making them part of the conversation, by teaching them how to think, not what to think…” Sydney Morning Herald