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At Harvest | 26 November, 2022

At Harvest | 26 November, 2022

Plants are back, more berries, new brews, new hires, last peonies and more stills. Christmas has arrived. Two no-nonsense newsletters in a row. Will wonders never cease? With Christmas upon us at Harvest, there may yet be more like this too. Lettuce pray. Here we go,...

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At Harvest | 19 November, 2022

At Harvest | 19 November, 2022

Asparagus over, berries begin, truffles in, plants out, veg and biochar back, peonies kick on, and a new stallholder. It is what we like to call a Bill Lawry week at Harvest: all happening. Let's take it from the top. The Spears Asparagus has a notoriously short...

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At Harvest | 12th November, 2022

At Harvest | 12th November, 2022

Garden tours, a seasonal return, more awards and feel-good flowers. Hello and happy Friday. November rolls on, and with it the spring produce. Most notably this week is the return of Andrea and her amazing Heathermoor peonies! We post this photo every year when Andrea...

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At Harvest | 5 November, 2022

At Harvest | 5 November, 2022

Organic Farmer of the Year, pesto is back, a warm congratulations, a special thanks, and shiny new content. Goodness. It's November. Spring is a month down (not that you'd know in some parts of the state) and the busiest time of the year has fully taken hold. We've...

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At Harvest | 29 October, 2022

At Harvest | 29 October, 2022

RIP Matthew Crane. Our community is devastated by your loss. A man down on our watch. We will honour and remember you Matt. Before we go any further, we must say that if conversations about suicide raise issues for you, or if you or someone you know is experiencing a...

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At Harvest | 22nd October 2022

Olive oil awards, Beerfest, oysters, distillers and a battering (not the fried kind though) As we attempt to be the little ray of sunshine against what has been a distressing and disruptive fortnight-ish, let's channel a bit of Paul McDermott. Let us be 'the rabid...

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At Harvest | 15th October 2022

At Harvest | 15th October 2022

Butter is a dip now finally, a name to a recipe, the rainfall event, and NORTH festival The think tank (comparable to a goldfish tank in size and intellectual capacity though it may be) that is the operations team at Harvest has been saying for years that butter is a...

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At Harvest | 8th October, 2022

At Harvest | 8th October, 2022

Spears of destiny, Too Good to Waste, The Disco Duma Hyperfunk Slam-Jam Experience, boot camp, and the ultimate pizza topping Once upon a time, in a land not so far from here some industrious agriculturalists beavered away. Tilling the earth and cultivating the soil....

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At Harvest | 1 October, 2022

At Harvest | 1 October, 2022

The prodigal van returns, pesticide-free veg, the new green deal and Nostradamus October already? So soon. Time out please. With the clocks about to spring forward making our days substantially longer, we're welcoming the chance to catch up on all those little bits...

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At Harvest | 24 September, 2022

At Harvest | 24 September, 2022

Huge thanks, recovery week, medals galore, onion jam Our subtitle reads like a menu. Guess it sort of is. Even though this quote-unquote At Harvest newsletter has been a propaganda arm of Junction Arts Festival for weeks now, it is entirely appropriate that we begin...

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At Harvest | 17 September, 2022

At Harvest | 17 September, 2022

Junction Arts Festival and attendant hangovers, gold gold gold for Harvest and zucchini transformations Well, not actually for Harvest. More like our Stallholders. Join us in congratulating West Bee Honey, Hazelbrae Hazelnuts, Bruny Island Oysters, Sandy's Sourdough,...

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At Harvest | 10 September, 2022

At Harvest | 10 September, 2022

Flake news, mosaics, flowers and kebab shop classics We do promise to stop harping on about the arrival of spring. Soon, but not today. The first few weeks have been so lunch it's hard not to keep focusing on it. We've been banging on about the return of spring...

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