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@ Harvest | March 5, 2022

@ Harvest | March 5, 2022

Duck, Jackjumpers, ABLED Kitchen preview and an OG Craft Beer Pioneer. Willie. Where to begin with Willie and Seven Sheds? There would be a gaping chasm in the stallholder content without acknowledging Harvest's - indeed, one of Tasmania's -OG craft beer pioneers....

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@ Harvest | 26 February, 2022

@ Harvest | 26 February, 2022

Pick it, pack it, fire it up. Launceston is officially the best regional city in Australia. This is Thirlstane Gardens. Well, this is Graham. And lettuce. But to us at Harvest, Lettuce is Thirlstane and Thirlstane is lettuce, and so much more besides. Also...

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@ Harvest | 19 February, 2022

@ Harvest | 19 February, 2022

Harvest's Heroes, The Viking, The Booch Queen and Community Engagement We would, in our ongoing celebration of Harvest's 10th anniversary, be remiss not to make a big song and dance - as an idiom, not an actual song or dance we're terrible at...

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@ Harvest | 12 February, 2022

@ Harvest | 12 February, 2022

It is official, Harvest has turned 10. It is official. Harvest Launceston Community Farmers' Market (to use our ceremonial title) has turned 10. One could fill page upon page with enough ink to flood the Tamar Valley describing the journey from then to...

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@ Harvest | 5 February, 2022

@ Harvest | 5 February, 2022

Honey and the 'Booch Queen. Ducks and nuts. During our 10th year at Harvest we are sharing some memories of the last decade with you. There have been an enormous amount of wonderful images taken by pros and patrons alike over the years, and we are delighting in...

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@ Harvest | 29 January, 2022

@ Harvest | 29 January, 2022

Vale the GOAT, new performers, meats, and community engagement In the lead up to Harvest's 10th anniversary, we're going to share some memories of the last decade with you. There has been an enormous amount of wonderful images taken by pros and patrons alike over the...

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@ Harvest | 22 January, 2022

@ Harvest | 22 January, 2022

Young Harvesters, fluctuations, Ritual(s) and the lead up to 10 years. There has never been a more important time to keep the community ties strong and keep physically and mentally healthy. Not only is Harvest an independent, direct, and centalised local...

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@ Harvest | 15 January, 2022

@ Harvest | 15 January, 2022

Lillies, seafood, Turn up the Dial and MONA FOMA There has never been a more important time to keep the community ties strong and keep physically and mentally healthy. Being an independent, direct, and centalised local food outlet Harvest shortens the supply...

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@ Harvest | 8 January, 2022

@ Harvest | 8 January, 2022

2021 is history baby! There is no going back now and even if there was, who would want to? Harvest is raring keen to relegate 2021 to the distant past and focus solely on making 2022 a year for the ages, for you and your community. Now entering our 10th...

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@Harvest | December 18, 2021

@Harvest | December 18, 2021

It is quintessential December small-talk. Whether you're waiting in line for your morning latte, standing by while a pimple-faced teen awkwardly wraps that gift you're obliged to buy for your inappropriate uncle, or while you silently seeth at being caught in the...

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@ Harvest | December 4, 2021

@ Harvest | December 4, 2021

For better or worse, December has officially arrived. We think for better! However you imbibe the end of your year, there is always something to celebrate. We're certain that spending some time in and around the Harvest Market, and around a table with your friends and...

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