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Bee-longing

Bee-longing

21st November 2022

CERES community

Fifteen years ago Lyndon Fenlon had so many beehives stashed around his Footscray rental he was becoming paranoid that someone would dob him into the Department of Primary Industries. But where to go?!

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Fifteen years ago Lyndon Fenlon had so many beehives stashed around his Footscray rental he was becoming paranoid that someone would dob him into the Department of Primary Industries. But where to go?!

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A new story

A new story

7th November 2022

CERES community system change not climate change

This pic is what a CERES geography, science, maths, design and ethics classroom looks like. This is CERES Schools for Wildlife and it happens in schools all over Melbourne.

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CERES community system change not climate change

This pic is what a CERES geography, science, maths, design and ethics classroom looks like. This is CERES Schools for Wildlife and it happens in schools all over Melbourne.

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Can food be fairer?

Can food be fairer?

24th October 2022

CERES community growers and makers regenerative farming

At Fair Food we are defined by a question – Can food be fairer? The answer of course is always changing and evolving. There are, however, constants that guide us …

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CERES community growers and makers regenerative farming

At Fair Food we are defined by a question – Can food be fairer? The answer of course is always changing and evolving. There are, however, constants that guide us …

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The creek that defines us

The creek that defines us

17th October 2022

CERES community growers and makers

Flowing out of the foothills of the Great Dividing Range the Merri Creek makes its way to Melbourne through the grasslands and into the Northern suburbs picking up Wallan Creek, Aitken Creek, Malcolm Creek, Merlynston Creek, Central Creek and Edgars Creek as it flows south.

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CERES community growers and makers

Flowing out of the foothills of the Great Dividing Range the Merri Creek makes its way to Melbourne through the grasslands and into the Northern suburbs picking up Wallan Creek, Aitken Creek, Malcolm Creek, Merlynston Creek, Central Creek and Edgars Creek as it flows south.

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Gifts that keep giving

Gifts that keep giving

10th October 2022

CERES community

At the end of last year as we were planning our regular customer thank-you cards and gifts we had a thought – maybe there was a better use for the money we were about to spend on cards and gifts?

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At the end of last year as we were planning our regular customer thank-you cards and gifts we had a thought – maybe there was a better use for the money we were about to spend on cards and gifts?

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Circular citrus economy

Circular citrus economy

12th September 2022

CERES community growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Over the weekend you may have found a surprise lemon in your Fair Food box with an accompanying note. At CERES we love the Earth and we also love saving lemons (and food in general) from going to landfill.

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CERES community growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Over the weekend you may have found a surprise lemon in your Fair Food box with an accompanying note. At CERES we love the Earth and we also love saving lemons (and food in general) from going to landfill.

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