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A delicate balance / Milk in glass

A delicate balance / Milk in glass

15th April 2019

Chris' newsletter growers and makers plastic free / low impact regenerative farming seasonal news

A delicate balance   Every year around this time Jenny Indian emails from Stanley with an update on her and partner, Steve’s, chestnuts and quinces. This year I’m sharing Jenny’s message because it …

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Chris' newsletter growers and makers plastic free / low impact regenerative farming seasonal news

A delicate balance   Every year around this time Jenny Indian emails from Stanley with an update on her and partner, Steve’s, chestnuts and quinces. This year I’m sharing Jenny’s message because it …

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Meat

Meat

9th April 2019

Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming

  Last week I was talking to Amy Paul from Ruby Hills about her organic lamb deliveries into Melbourne and also saw Ben Falloon, from Taranaki Farm, successfully crowd-funding $111,507 for an micro-abattoir to process …

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Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming

  Last week I was talking to Amy Paul from Ruby Hills about her organic lamb deliveries into Melbourne and also saw Ben Falloon, from Taranaki Farm, successfully crowd-funding $111,507 for an micro-abattoir to process …

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Fresh pistachios – a rare treat indeed

Fresh pistachios – a rare treat indeed

4th April 2019

Chris' newsletter food host news growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news

  Fresh pistachios – a rare treat indeed Shane O’Dea remembers that when they first started growing pistachios people said Wahring was too far South and the trees wouldn’t bear. But …

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Chris' newsletter food host news growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news

  Fresh pistachios – a rare treat indeed Shane O’Dea remembers that when they first started growing pistachios people said Wahring was too far South and the trees wouldn’t bear. But …

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Ahead of his time, again  / Meet “Previously Ordered”

Ahead of his time, again / Meet “Previously Ordered”

3rd March 2019

CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news webstore news

Ahead of his time, again. Four years ago this past week Joe Garita, our market garden mentor, passed away (that’s Joe above with his John Deere tractor).  Beginning in 1945 …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news webstore news

Ahead of his time, again. Four years ago this past week Joe Garita, our market garden mentor, passed away (that’s Joe above with his John Deere tractor).  Beginning in 1945 …

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Schulz milk in glass bottles update / PAZOYND Day, Saturday, Feb 23rd

Schulz milk in glass bottles update / PAZOYND Day, Saturday, Feb 23rd

18th February 2019

CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Schulz milk in glass bottles coming soon… Here’s a progress update on Schulz Organic Dairy’s new glass milk bottles. You may remember back in 2018 Simon Schulz raised $106,100 to buy plant …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers plastic free / low impact

Schulz milk in glass bottles coming soon… Here’s a progress update on Schulz Organic Dairy’s new glass milk bottles. You may remember back in 2018 Simon Schulz raised $106,100 to buy plant …

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The bill’s arrived / Regenerative Agriculture Day

The bill’s arrived / Regenerative Agriculture Day

11th February 2019

CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news

The bill’s arrived…. As the big cold front came over Western Victoria last week I called Joe Sgro, Fair Food’s largest vegetable grower, to see if the rain had reached …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news

The bill’s arrived…. As the big cold front came over Western Victoria last week I called Joe Sgro, Fair Food’s largest vegetable grower, to see if the rain had reached …

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