Ways to get involved
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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“There are five elements: earth, air, fire, water and garlic”, so said the French culinary writer Louis Diat, and we would tend to agree. Nothing beats the satisfaction of tucking into a delicious plate of spaghetti [...]
The Environmental & Sustainability Educator of the Year 2018, Lorna Pettifer In 2018 Lorna Pettifer Manager of Education and Training at CERES was awarded the inaugural Environmental & Sustainability Educator of the Year [...]
In September to October of this year, I undertook the environmental education course hosted at CERES. My main motive for doing the course was to see what other options I had for environmental work, [...]
Gregory Lorenzutti Gregory Lorenzutti is a Brazilian-Australian artist based in Melbourne, Australia, working between the spaces of photography, dance and urban farming. Photography, dance... and farming? Strange bedfellows you might think, but [...]