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Herding sheep down the streets of Vancouver 1st April, 2016

There’s no ‘from paddock to plate’ experience quite like it. Seeing a group of children herd sheep down Vancouver’s streets as they learn about where food comes about. With mud on their faces and leaves in their hair, the kids pile around a campfire to toast marshmallows and talk about all the fun food education experiences they’ve had this Spring Break at the “farm”.

BEHIND THE SCENES: St Edward’s College 17th March, 2016

Year 12 students at St Edward’s College in East Gosford, NSW, enjoy watching the From Paddock to Plate milk virtual excursion, discussing numerous dairy topics, answering questions about the industry and eating delicious milk ice blocks.

Oranges are the new black 16th March, 2016

As I poked my head around the edge of the door to watch the lucky recipients with their recently acquired afternoon tea, I saw one person holding an orange to his nose breathing in its aroma. Another was leaning over to stop the juice from staining her shirt, following the trail that was now quickly streaming down her arm.

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Truffle Melbourne 2015 28th July, 2015

It’s not every day you get to hold a 628 gram truffle in your hand! Only at Truffle Melbourne held on Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 July 2015.

Nannup Flower & Garden Festival 2015 15th August, 2015

Waking up every morning to the sight of bright and beautiful tulips glistening in the morning dew is extremely apt during a flower festival. I was very lucky to find myself in this position for the Nannup Flower & Garden Festival. Denise and Lawrie Green own Especially Tulips, a gorgeous tulip farm on the outskirts of Nannup, where they receive busloads of visitors at this time of the year when the flowers

Women, Wellbeing & Wine 28th July, 2015

Congratulations to The West Midlands Group team and Women’s Committee members for establishing this landmark day in Western Australia to strengthen the positive profile of women and celebrate their amazing contributions to the WA community.

AgFest Field Days 2015 12th May, 2015

A fresh fall of snow down to 200 metres on my arrival into Launceston only added to the beauty of Tasmanian scenery as I drove the 20 minutes to Carrick for the AgFest Field Days.

Narrabri Show 2015 6th May, 2015

From Paddock to Plate (FP2P) hit the road again this week, driving past paddocks bursting with cotton as growers busily harvested, to spend time at the annual Narrabri Show.

F.O.O.D Week, Orange NSW 10th April, 2015

F.O.O.D Week, held in the spectacular Orange District of NSW 10-19 April 2015, was bursting with flavours, fun and unique experiences.

Paddock to Plate app 16th July, 2015

I am very excited to announce the launch of the FREE national Paddock to Plate App! It is the first App of its kind that allows users to find local farmers who produce the ingredients needed to make specific recipes.   Choose a recipe, tap the farmer icon beside an ingredient, and all the local farmers who produce this food in the region will pop up on a map, identifying

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Free degrees for young NSW teacher graduates who move to the bush

Hundreds of young teachers will have their HECs debt paid by the New South Wales Government in a bid to lure more staff to rural and regional schools. Do you think it will work? What other suggestions do you have? Source: ABC Rural #FromPaddocktoPlate #feedyourmind

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