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Dec 03 2020

Announcement: NRF Harvest Food Trail back on…May 1-2 2021!

NRF members have the chance to be part of our upcoming NRF Harvest Food Trail May 1st -2nd  2021 The opportunity: We would like to offer our NRF producers and food service members the chance to once again open their doors and promote food experiences with a “farm gate” / cellar door approach during the Harvest Food Trail weekend May 1st – 2nd 2021. We are aiming to create our 2021 NRF food trail connecting people with real food & beverage experiences on farm.   This will extend from Tweed to Grafton in Northern...

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Nov 17 2020

NRF Member Story: Frida’s Field

Diversifying Income Streams on Small Farms The Rawlings are a hard working family living on a picture-perfect farm in Nashua and living their dream - to produce wholesome delicious food, shared with others, while farming sustainably to sequester carbon, build soil health and foster biodiversity. Background Frida’s Field is a farm owned by Jeanie & Edward Rawling and family since 2015. The property is in the Byron Hinterland hamlet of Nashua and offers 120 acres of fertile river flats, boarded by the Byron Creek and Wilson River.  It was one of the...

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Sep 03 2020

New directions at NRF…

Hello!! Hello NRF members and friends - I’m Anne Briggs and I’ve started this week as Executive Officer. I am looking forward to working with you all again with new directions and strategies to help grow our local food industry. Thank you Allison & Pam! Firstly a great big shout out to Allison Henry who finished up as Executive Officer earlier this year. Allison worked in the role as Executive Officer for approximately 18 months and in that time kicked some big goals, including securing significant government funding for the next three years...

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Jun 28 2020

Social Media Coordinator Contract

Do you have a strong Marketing background with great social media skills? This role would connect you with the finest producers from the paddock to the plate across the Northern Rivers and the fabulous food our region produces.   What’s in it for you? Building connections with the region’s food producers from the paddock to the plate; famous, infamous, just beginning or as yet undiscovered. Networking with a truly collaborative food group that shares a passion for making great food, making lifelong friendships and making a difference to the food industry in...

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