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CERES is built on community. Ever since a small group of people came together in 1982 with a beautiful vision of transforming and reclaiming a very sad and degraded piece of land, we have realised the power of community. We would not exist without people like you.
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This week we installed a new 3.44kW solar array on the Eco House roof. This installation is an important component of making the Eco House an all-electric house. All the gas appliances will be [...]
By Karen Mengell, VET Co-ordinator and Pathways Planning Officer At CERES we offer a range of hands-on gardening and environmental training programs to support individuals develop skills, build confidence, open up opportunities for greater social [...]
By Claire Mosley, Environmental Education Course Alumnus and CERES Intern Connection to our earth and new friends, inspiration and new ideas and different ways of thinking. On eight Tuesdays over eight weeks, 12 eco-ninjas [...]
Permaculture Design Course – Perspectives from a participant and a facilitator In August, CERES will be running its 22nd Permaculture Design Course (PDC). This popular course explores sustainable agriculture, ecological processes and energy flow, [...]