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Eat the Paddock

From the Paddock Farm Market and Café, Terrie Wallace and Diego Bonetto with his new book ‘Eat Weeds’ Photo by Gabrielle Bates.

From the Paddock farm, market and café in the Capertee Valley is about to turn one, and to celebrate it is hosting an inspiring event that reflects it’s regenerative farming and grazing ethos.

“Our farm’s mission is to enhance soil using regenerative pastural methods that produce clean, nutrient dense meat,” says Terrie Wallace, who runs the farm, market and café with her husband, Stuart Knox. Stuart’s family are fifth generation farmers, while Terrie is a ‘newcomer’ after over a decade in the valley. Together they are transforming the landscape using holistic farming techniques.

From the Paddock is nestled between the Capertee River and the breathtaking escarpments of the Wollemi National Park. It’s birthday festivities kick off at 11am on Sunday, 30 October with a weed foraging walk by the weedy one himself, Diego Bonetto.

Diego has expert foraging knowledge and loves teaching people about delicious wild food while starting conversations around belonging, sustainability and agency. He’ll also be signing copies of his new book ‘Eat Weeds’ and the café will be offering tasty Weedy Picnic Hampers for participants to enjoy.

  • WHAT: Eat Weeds workshop and book signing
  • WHEN: 11.00am, Sunday, 30 October 2022
  • WHERE: From the Paddock, 4590 Glen Alice Rd, Glen Alice NSW 2849

For further information and to purchase tickets for ‘Eat Weeds’, visit, email or follow on Instagram @fromthepaddock_capterteevalley. You can follow Diego Bonetto on Instagram @theweedyone

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