seasonal news

The opposite of screen time

The opposite of screen time

26th September 2022

seasonal news

Since opening, Fair Food has contributed 100% of our profits to CERES School of Nature and Climate helping over 1 million students learn hands-on ways we can take care of the Earth.

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seasonal news

Since opening, Fair Food has contributed 100% of our profits to CERES School of Nature and Climate helping over 1 million students learn hands-on ways we can take care of the Earth.

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Rake or tub?

Rake or tub?

23rd May 2022

CERES community seasonal news

Community harvests of olives and other fruits have been spreading across Australia with the wonderful effect of building community and preventing food waste at the same time. And it’s happening this weekend at CERES!

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CERES community seasonal news

Community harvests of olives and other fruits have been spreading across Australia with the wonderful effect of building community and preventing food waste at the same time. And it’s happening this weekend at CERES!

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Pressing together

Pressing together

9th May 2022

CERES community seasonal news

If all this rings a bell deep inside you, then it’s time to get your picking crew together and bring your olives, your neighbour’s or your whole neighbourhood’s olives in for pressing.

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CERES community seasonal news

If all this rings a bell deep inside you, then it’s time to get your picking crew together and bring your olives, your neighbour’s or your whole neighbourhood’s olives in for pressing.

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Growth rings

Growth rings

2nd August 2021

CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news system change not climate change

Like Baltic pine there are lots of other native timbers we use every day but don’t talk about – Merbau from South East Asian rain forests, Cumaru from South American jungles, even our own old growth Mountain Ash.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news system change not climate change

Like Baltic pine there are lots of other native timbers we use every day but don’t talk about – Merbau from South East Asian rain forests, Cumaru from South American jungles, even our own old growth Mountain Ash.

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Slow rise

Slow rise

26th July 2021

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

Years later, unaware of the history that came before him, Alex Iordanov found himself working in the kitchen of the CERES Grocery Cafe and dreaming about starting a little bakery in the Grocery kitchen.

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

Years later, unaware of the history that came before him, Alex Iordanov found himself working in the kitchen of the CERES Grocery Cafe and dreaming about starting a little bakery in the Grocery kitchen.

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Lessons in Currawong

Lessons in Currawong

19th July 2021

Chris' newsletter growers and makers seasonal news

I look up from my boots and my eyes widen. Overnight it seems like someone’s set off a golden-bomb – all along the creek bank the silver wattles are in glorious bloom.

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Chris' newsletter growers and makers seasonal news

I look up from my boots and my eyes widen. Overnight it seems like someone’s set off a golden-bomb – all along the creek bank the silver wattles are in glorious bloom.

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