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BEN COLE

Ben is the founding Managing Director of Wide Open Agriculture. WOA is Australia’s leading, ASX-listed regenerative food and agriculture company. WOA’s purpose is to reinvent the way we grow, think about, and buy food to create a better future for people and the planet. WOA...

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Barbara Sweeney

Barbara Sweeney has a genetic disposition to storytelling. She started writing professionally 30 years ago, winning her first job as editor on Sydney’s then best-selling restaurant guide on the strength of her food knowledge and enthusiasm for the subject. In that role, Barbara witnessed firsthand...

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Matthew Evans

Matthew Evans is a food writer, farmer, television broadcaster and chef. Based in Southern Tasmania, Matthew lives and works on Fat Pig Farm, a mixed holding where he tends a garden, makes cider, fattens the namesake pigs and tries to entice milk from three full...

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CHARLES MASSY

Charles Massy gained a BSc (Zoology, Human Ecology) at ANU (1976), before going farming for over 40 years. This included the development of a prominent Merino sheep stud business (‘Severn Park’). Concern at ongoing land degradation and humanity’s sustainability challenge led him to return to...

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CHRIS EGGERT

Chris Eggert is a fourth-generation dairy farmer at Wauchope, on the mid-north coast of NSW, managing the farm with his parents, Jenny and Paul, and wife, Ann.  In 2000, Chris, with the support of his family, made the change from traditional farming methods to organic...

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CHRISTINE MANFIELD

Christine Manfield is one of Australia’s most celebrated chefs - a curious cook, a perfectionist inspired by the culinary melting pot of global flavours, a keen advocate for keeping it local and supporting community, a writer whose successful, award winning books – Tasting India, A...

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BRENDA FAWDON

Brenda is a chef, author, cooking school teacher, presenter, recipe developer and start-up business visionary. She is also a food ambassador for the Scenic Rim region in Queensland. Brenda co-authored Eat Local — Food, Farming and Conversation in the Scenic Rim Volume 1 (2016) and...

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BRUCE PASCOE

Published and Edited Australian Short Stories magazine 1982-1999, winner Prime Minister’s Literature Award for Young Adult fiction (Fog, a dox) 2013 Australian Literature Award 1999, Radio National Short Story 1998, FAW Short Story 2010 and in 2018 was awarded the Australia Council for the Arts’...

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ROSE WRIGHT

As founder and Managing Director of Regionality, Rose is a passionate and highly respected agri-food, tourism, destination management and regional development professional, with industry leading experience in facilitation and strategy. She has been recognized as alumni of the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation and has achieved...

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JOEL SALATIN

Joel Salatin, 62, calls himself a Christian libertarian environmentalist capitalist lunatic farmer. Others who like him call him the most famous farmer in the world, the high priest of the pasture, and the most eclectic thinker from Virginia since Thomas Jefferson.  Those who don’t like...

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