We were lucky enough to be joined by Chris Ennis from CERES Community Environment Park, who gave us some insight and great learnings on how sustainable food systems and projects can be achieved in an inner city setting. Chris is the Director of Business Innovation at CERES, with a profound love of cabbages and launching social enterprises.  For more information, or to get involved in the awesome projects Chris and the team at CERES run and provide, go to .     The interview . Could this work in the Yarra Ranges too?

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