system change not climate change

Social Enterprising

Social Enterprising

5th July 2021

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers social enterprise system change not climate change

On July 1st, eleven years ago at our old warehouse in Beavers Road Northcote, Fair Food received its very first order.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers social enterprise system change not climate change

On July 1st, eleven years ago at our old warehouse in Beavers Road Northcote, Fair Food received its very first order.

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Wood Savings

Wood Savings

21st June 2021

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers system change not climate change

The storm that tore through Victoria a week and a half ago brought down so many mature trees that Hayden Cronin, Fair Wood’s manager, has been inundated by emails asking for help – including one from a landholder in Newbury who had lost more than 100 trees.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers system change not climate change

The storm that tore through Victoria a week and a half ago brought down so many mature trees that Hayden Cronin, Fair Wood’s manager, has been inundated by emails asking for help – including one from a landholder in Newbury who had lost more than 100 trees.

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Reconciliating

Reconciliating

7th June 2021

CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers system change not climate change

On a crisp autumn morning a few weeks ago Wurundjeri elder, Uncle Ringo Terrick, came to the Fair Food warehouse to conduct a Welcome to Country ceremony.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter Fair Food crew growers and makers system change not climate change

On a crisp autumn morning a few weeks ago Wurundjeri elder, Uncle Ringo Terrick, came to the Fair Food warehouse to conduct a Welcome to Country ceremony.

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Caring for the Mother Tree

Caring for the Mother Tree

31st May 2021

CERES community Chris' newsletter regenerative farming social enterprise system change not climate change

In times of trouble we seek sanctuary and in weeks like these CERES, more than ever, feels like a Mother Tree.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter regenerative farming social enterprise system change not climate change

In times of trouble we seek sanctuary and in weeks like these CERES, more than ever, feels like a Mother Tree.

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Birds, trees, beetroot and olives

Birds, trees, beetroot and olives

24th May 2021

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

So much happening around CERES during this wintery weather! From firewood and awards for Fair Wood, to our waste-free beetroot curry workshop, and Joes Garden Feathery Fundraiser (complete with bird-themed dress up) at the farm gate. Busy season!

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

So much happening around CERES during this wintery weather! From firewood and awards for Fair Wood, to our waste-free beetroot curry workshop, and Joes Garden Feathery Fundraiser (complete with bird-themed dress up) at the farm gate. Busy season!

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The path to vegetable enlightenment

The path to vegetable enlightenment

17th May 2021

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

My own failed veg box experience was years of composting the limp beetroot and yellowing cabbage my family didn’t eat and feeling a kind of “veg box shame”.

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

My own failed veg box experience was years of composting the limp beetroot and yellowing cabbage my family didn’t eat and feeling a kind of “veg box shame”.

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