Following Masterchef, Alice Zaslavsky got vocal! Now she is a food literacy advocate; resident culinary correspondent for ABC News Breakfast; author of two books; and creator of a free digital toolbox helping teachers slip more serves of vegetables into the classroom. We sat down with Alice to see what makes her tick.
Claudia Jovanovski is going places. The internationally recognised fitness personality manages a busy schedule of well-known brand engagements, along with running a lifestyle business. Claudia has a bunch of Glowpear Urban Gardens and Minis at home, where she grows a range of fruits, veggies and herbs so she can prepare fresh salads, Sunday bruschetta, pesto, Mexican dishes, and curries.
Ellia Guy has always been most comfortable outdoors. That is possibly a legacy of spending most of her childhood playing outside climbing trees, exploring the myriad of creeks around where she grew up and in the garden. Ellia now runs Future Wild, a business that envisions our cities transformed into a verdant mosaic of native habitat patches and edible gardens.
After spending several years studying and working in the Netherlands in incorporating sustainability into product innovation, Charity Teoh Buldt returned to Melbourne to start a family. With the busyness of juggling work and family commitments, sustainability can be hard to implement. A good start has been to expose her kids to edible gardens as early as possible, hence she chose to use Glowpear Urban Gardens.
Our Glowpearian this quarter is Madison based Steven Knurr. Steven is in marketing at a Wisconsin technology consulting firm focusing on healthcare, retail, and manufacturing sectors.
Using his creative talents Steven developed an impressive urban greenhouse that is technology driven. It blends seamlessly with his 'up and coming' neighbourhood, where 'pour over' coffee, fixed geared bikes, and backyard chicken coups are the norm.