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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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At Harvest | 3rd September, 2022

At Harvest | 3rd September, 2022

Welcome to spring, yikes no one say Christmas, big ups, and potato returns on investment. Welcome to spring everyone. Winter is finally officially over. We can feel it in the air and we can see it in the growing list of weekly stallholders at Harvest. We love all...

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At Harvest | 27th August, 2022

At Harvest | 27th August, 2022

Refocus, gear up, winter is over, and M Night Shayamalan salad. Wow has there been a lot going on. Things got a little crazy there. In a good way. It is officially the last Saturday of winter though. Spring has all but sprung and it's time to focus. We've been working...

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At Harvest | 20th August, 2022

At Harvest | 20th August, 2022

The best and worst, extraordinary claims, toast, and the Davids. Tasmania is the best state in this country. At Harvest, we're certain of this. Think about it, the cleanest air, the purest water, obviously the natural environment. But there are other, more subtle...

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At Harvest | 13th August, 2022

At Harvest | 13th August, 2022

The agriCULTURED wash-up, enough with the macro-economics chat, a prodigal son returns, and another thing. What was and what will be (at Harvest) It is difficult to conceive of how Ferment Stations @ Harvest could have gone any better last week. This is not to say...

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At Harvest | 6th August, 2022

At Harvest | 6th August, 2022

agriCULTURED and the holy trinity, eggs, olive oil, $15 pints, and bio-security. This 'newsletter' of sorts could definitely be accused of having taken a turn in the last 12 months. It has become less 'what's on at Harvest' and more 'what's on the minds of the Harvest...

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At Harvest | 30 July, 2022

At Harvest | 30 July, 2022

A big win for flavour, very special shout-outs, and BYO jars for the kraut party. Avid readers will have noticed that there has been a fair bit of doom and gloom leeching from the content of the weekly Harvest newsletter. Even last week's 'good news week' felt a...

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At Harvest | 23 July, 2022

At Harvest | 23 July, 2022

And now for something completely different. Few people will disagree that it is worthwhile stepping outside your frame of reference to seek new perspectives. For better or worse, you'll probably learn something. If you're anything like us, the first thing you seek out...

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At Harvest | 16 July, 2022

At Harvest | 16 July, 2022

Italian panic, winter chill, volunteer opportunities and our two cents worth. Rice, tomatoes, olive oil. These staples of Italian cuisine are set to become the latest victims of global environmental and economic challenges. Whilst it is pretty easy to find workarounds...

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