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A big tree and a new understory

A big tree and a new understory

3rd March 2020

Chris' newsletter

Five years on and the clearing Joe left is slowly being filled by a diverse new understory of farmers, teachers, artists, cooks, volunteers, children, weed-daters and eaters of all kinds.

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Chris' newsletter

Five years on and the clearing Joe left is slowly being filled by a diverse new understory of farmers, teachers, artists, cooks, volunteers, children, weed-daters and eaters of all kinds.

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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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The power of We

The power of We

17th February 2020

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

Working together, taking the climate-grief we’re suffering as individuals and turning it into collective action.

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

Working together, taking the climate-grief we’re suffering as individuals and turning it into collective action.

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Open hearts

Open hearts

11th February 2020

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

On Thursday afternoon the cars began arriving at Christine and Chris Watts’ Paynesville farm. All of us have been drawn here by the desire to help out after the fires.

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

On Thursday afternoon the cars began arriving at Christine and Chris Watts’ Paynesville farm. All of us have been drawn here by the desire to help out after the fires.

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Sharing the load

Sharing the load

3rd February 2020

CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming

A shared, low-tech solution requiring a small but powerful change in the way we grow our food and fibre.

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CERES community Chris' newsletter growers and makers regenerative farming

A shared, low-tech solution requiring a small but powerful change in the way we grow our food and fibre.

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The healing process

The healing process

27th January 2020

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

The challenge for people after the fires”, she points out, “is going to be the ongoing trauma. After all the initial attention fades people will feel forgotten – that’s why we need to keep coming together to heal.”

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

The challenge for people after the fires”, she points out, “is going to be the ongoing trauma. After all the initial attention fades people will feel forgotten – that’s why we need to keep coming together to heal.”

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