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Baby bean breaking through the surface at Shelamar Station, Australia. Photography by Dan Wood as part of the Beerenberg Provenance Project.

Baby bean breaking through the surface at Shelamar Station, Australia. Photography by Dan Wood as part of the Beerenberg Provenance Project.

Rows of Lettuce for days...Photo by Ted O’Donnell for the Beerenberg ProvenanceProject

Rows of Lettuce for days...Photo by Ted O’Donnell for the Beerenberg ProvenanceProject

Is it just us or does the kale at Farm to Feast resemble Sideshow Bob’s hair? Photo by Ted O’Donnell

Is it just us or does the kale at Farm to Feast resemble Sideshow Bob’s hair? Photo by Ted O’Donnell

Gold Canola fields forever by Dan Wood for #BBProvenanceProject

Gold Canola fields forever by Dan Wood for #BBProvenanceProject

Life on the QCamel farm as captured by Dan Wood for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

Life on the QCamel farm as captured by Dan Wood for the Beerenberg Provenance Project

This week we feature the Thompson family and their Buffalo farm as part of the Beerenberg Provenance Project. Photographed by Dan Wood

This week we feature the Thompson family and their Buffalo farm as part of the Beerenberg Provenance Project. Photographed by Dan Wood

Angus Cattle by Ted O’Donnell for the Beerenberg Provenance Project. A project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

Angus Cattle by Ted O’Donnell for the Beerenberg Provenance Project. A project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. We believe in supporting Australian farmers.

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. This is Will, he tends to the Black Angus Cattle on Woodside Farm. We believe in supporting Australian farmers. Photo by Ted O'Donnell for the Beeenberg Provenance Project

The Beerenberg Provenance Project is a project in celebration of rural farmers and their produce, across Australia. This is Will, he tends to the Black Angus Cattle on Woodside Farm. We believe in supporting Australian farmers. Photo by Ted O'Donnell for the Beeenberg Provenance Project

Mandagery Creek sunrise by Ted O'Donnell for the Beerenberg Provenance Project.

Mandagery Creek sunrise by Ted O'Donnell for the Beerenberg Provenance Project.

Luke taps the watermelons to check quality and packs them accordingly at Shelamar Station, Australia. Photography by Dan Wood

Luke taps the watermelons to check quality and packs them accordingly at Shelamar Station, Australia. Photography by Dan Wood

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