New Co-op date farm in Central Australia

11 December 2013

A new date farming co-operative, based in central Australia, is preparing for its first harvest.

The Tamara Plantation is located about 60 kilometres east of Alice Springs near Deep Well Station.

The co-operative formed in September, after the plantation’s owner Dave Berrick began looking for interested people to help out on the farm.

Read the full story on ABC Rural, Co-op breathes new life into date farm, Dec 11

View the Tamara Cooperative website

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