It’s the peak of the growing season when a year or sometimes more of a farmer’s work comes to fruition.

The question that guides

Can food be fairer? It’s the question that guides our work and over the years it’s evolved in sometimes surprising ways.

New Traditions

Olives to Oil returns to CERES this May 21st when people all around Melbourne will harvest urban olives to be turned into the most unique olive oil.

Joe’s Market Garden FarmRaiser / Green Drought

CERES Joe's garden - thinning seeds

Joe’s Market Garden FarmRaiser Yesterday a group of visitors from ORI Co-op came down to visit Joe’s Market Garden and take in the Saturday Farmgate.  It was a beautiful scene; a group of regular veggie shoppers were gathered around the fire bin chatting, sipping coffee, breathing in wood smoke mixed with the smell of soil […]

Porridge & the Promised Land / Pick our projects…please

Commons and Nightingale

Porridge & The Promised Land We’re all children of migrants; over millennia our ancestors have escaped ice ages, droughts, famines, religious persecution, great depressions and world war. There’s always a crisis in the mix and little by little our own crisis is revealing itself.  This time, despite what American tech billionaire preppers might say about the South Island of New Zealand, […]