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Bringing the murnong back / Closed Monday, back Tuesday

Bringing the murnong back / Closed Monday, back Tuesday

27th January 2019

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers regenerative farming social enterprise

Bringing the murnong back These days the Kiwis seem to be way ahead of us in pretty much all areas of human endeavour. Take reconciliation; whenever I go to see …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers regenerative farming social enterprise

Bringing the murnong back These days the Kiwis seem to be way ahead of us in pretty much all areas of human endeavour. Take reconciliation; whenever I go to see …

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The magic of social mycelium / Farmer Christmas at Joe’s

The magic of social mycelium / Farmer Christmas at Joe’s

19th December 2018

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew food host news growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news social enterprise webstore news

The magic of social mycelium   This is our last full week of deliveries for 2018 (yes, we’re delivering on Christmas Eve Monday).  As we wind up for the year …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew food host news growers and makers regenerative farming seasonal news social enterprise webstore news

The magic of social mycelium   This is our last full week of deliveries for 2018 (yes, we’re delivering on Christmas Eve Monday).  As we wind up for the year …

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Get a feast sized delivery on Christmas eve!

Get a feast sized delivery on Christmas eve!

15th December 2018

CERES community Fair Food crew food host news social enterprise webstore news

  We’re have a short break for 2 weeks but will be back Jan 7 to keep your Summer grocery supplies (and all the peaches) fully stocked!   ps. The …

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CERES community Fair Food crew food host news social enterprise webstore news

  We’re have a short break for 2 weeks but will be back Jan 7 to keep your Summer grocery supplies (and all the peaches) fully stocked!   ps. The …

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Porridge & the Promised Land  / Pick our projects…please

Porridge & the Promised Land / Pick our projects…please

20th August 2018

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew food host news social enterprise

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 …

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew food host news social enterprise

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 …

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The why’s & wherefore’s of wood / New Food Host in Hoppers Crossing

The why’s & wherefore’s of wood / New Food Host in Hoppers Crossing

30th July 2018

Chris' newsletter regenerative farming social enterprise

The why’s and wherefore’s of wood.   Much attention has been devoted to the global trade of illegal drugs, blood diamonds, ivory smuggling and the black market in endangered animals. Human …

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Chris' newsletter regenerative farming social enterprise

The why’s and wherefore’s of wood.   Much attention has been devoted to the global trade of illegal drugs, blood diamonds, ivory smuggling and the black market in endangered animals. Human …

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The Retelling / Honouring Nirma

The Retelling / Honouring Nirma

17th July 2018

Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew plastic free / low impact social enterprise

The Retelling Over the last seven years Plastic Free July’s were largely the unfashionable provenance of a few well-meaning but deeply suspect folk likely to ride bamboo framed bicycles or be the …

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Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew plastic free / low impact social enterprise

The Retelling Over the last seven years Plastic Free July’s were largely the unfashionable provenance of a few well-meaning but deeply suspect folk likely to ride bamboo framed bicycles or be the …

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