seasonal news

Subterranean portent

Subterranean portent

21st September 2020

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

Each year around the middle of September there’s an awakening down in the swamps of Koo Wee Rup.

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

Each year around the middle of September there’s an awakening down in the swamps of Koo Wee Rup.

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The giddiness of wild berries

The giddiness of wild berries

24th February 2020

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew seasonal news

The cold and wet past six weeks we’ve just had has got local tomato growers wondering if their fruit will ever ripen. But blackberries? They’re on.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew seasonal news

The cold and wet past six weeks we’ve just had has got local tomato growers wondering if their fruit will ever ripen. But blackberries? They’re on.

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Our Merri Creek

Our Merri Creek

9th December 2019

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers seasonal news

Gathering together to acknowledge, cleanse and reclaim our safe spaces along the Merri Creek and across our community.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers seasonal news

Gathering together to acknowledge, cleanse and reclaim our safe spaces along the Merri Creek and across our community.

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It’s very wet in Colac / Playspace Design Launch

It’s very wet in Colac / Playspace Design Launch

1st October 2019

CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers seasonal news

  It’s very wet in Colac   On Friday night I gave Lliam, my neighbour, a lift down from Melbourne to Fish Creek. I drop him at his front door …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers seasonal news

  It’s very wet in Colac   On Friday night I gave Lliam, my neighbour, a lift down from Melbourne to Fish Creek. I drop him at his front door …

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