Celebrate NYE at your favourite location in the universe, the wild planet of Harvest Newrybar. Get ready to take off into the glistening aether of dazzling funk in the cosmic tent, where you’ll be taken on a journey into outer space by DJ Bonnas for a soulful and retro-tinged disco vibe. Don’t wait around to grab your ticket, join us for food, drinks, eco glitter, lasers and a lot more funk. It’s going to be out of this world!
With Harvest Deli up the road there will be little fuss. We are working around the clock to making your festive season convenient and delicious for more than one reason. Let our Harvest honey & miso glazed Mt. Warning ham be the center piece of your Christmas dinner to enjoy with your fam. An assortment of dips, platters, salads and spreads cookies, brownies, mince pies and baked breads.
Let Harvest Deli make the season come without and fear, to be sure YOU have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Harvest Roots Inc. is a community driven, not-for-profit incorporated association formed to rehabilitate and reforest degraded pastureland, farmland, roadways and waterways. We aim to educate, involve and inspire the community, advocating the importance of regenerative agriculture and reforestation for our future. Our purpose is to make it simple for everyone to help the environment.
ROOTS stemmed from a mutual desire to begin a regeneration project with Harvest as the community platform. Tristan, co-owner of Harvest, and Joe, Harvest’s sustainability champion, brainstormed how to begin growing native Australian trees with a focus on native foods in the area. Soon, the two introduced and implemented the ‘buy one get one tree’ campaign as way to generate funds for purchasing seeds and seedlings for future planting. Kelsey, ROOTS project manager, proposed the idea of expanding Harvest’s environmental influence to directly involve the community, primarily using events at Harvest and 96 Bangalow to create a more hopeful narrative around the subject of environmental activism and climate change. Meanwhile, 96 Bangalow, Harvest’s new farm collaboration, opened with the intention of growing organic and sustainable produce for local businesses. 96’s curator, Blair, soon joined ROOTS to help jumpstart planting and environmental-discussions focusing on sustainable farming and ethical reforestation. Esther, the leader and founder of GROW, a program focusing on children’s awareness of sustainable gardening and education, joined forces to expand ROOTS as well. Our team’s combination of respect for the land and our earth with various strengths and willingness to collaborate, opened the door for ROOTS to form. As we begin this exciting regeneration project, we hope to raise and utilise our funds transparently with the community’s help.